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Thanks for reading!When I tested it, the motion sensors could detect objects even over 8 feet away. There is overlap between the left and right sensors, so if both LEDs go off at the same time, it means the moving object's near your center! I'll add another comment to the guide specifically to clarify this feature.Another import note I'm going to add is that the motion sensors will only work if you're standing still, or moving slowly with your arms steady.. because these particular sensors will go off if they're touched or moved! So this iteration's not very functional if you need to use it while moving around!
splendid piece of wearable tech here. Thank you for your services.
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