Building a Motion Detector using Scratch GPIO server

Getting More Information

For additional Scratch GPIO server options and configurations, check out the Scratch GPIO documentation [2]. The project files for this article can be found at my website [3]. Happy Scratchin'.

The Author

Michael Badger wrote the Scratch 1.4 and 2.0 Beginner's Guide series from Packt Publishing. Learn more at

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