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Do the Hokey-Pokey and Learn to Code With Kano’s Motion Sensor Kit

Why should security monitors and lighting systems have all the fun? DIY computer company Kano this week launched its learn-to-code tool, the Motion Sensor Kit. Once assembled, the device syncs with any Windows, […] The post Do the Hokey-Pokey and Learn to Code With Kano’s Motion Sensor Kit appeared first on Geek.com.
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