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    visual sensor

    Hi

    The toy was designed with a visual sensor to respond to the approach of certain objects.


    --- Does it mean that if something came close to that toy it moved?

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    Re: visual sensor

    It doesn't indicate that the toy necessarily "moved". It could be an audible response or a visual response with blinking lights.

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