|| This is an April Fools' Day version of Video Sensing. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
|| This article is a stub. It may be incomplete, unfinished, or have missing parts/sections. If the article can be expanded, please do so! There may be suggestions on its talk page. (July 2017)
Video Sensing is a feature in Scratch that sends a livestream of you to the Scratch Team. By watching you move, they are able to track your behavior in order to learn about you. By learning your behavior, they can predict where you are going to go next, and take some energy units away when you go there.
| Warning: ||DO NOT use the feature. The Scratch Team will share your livestream to YouTube and all other video streaming sites (even those not in English), allowing you to be stalked while other press the dislike button.|
|| Now watch me whip, whip. Now watch me nae nae.
– Chris P. Bacon - Shamshung CEO, in his office