Twitter-Powered Device Connects Popcorn Maker To The Internet Of Things

Twitter-Powered Device Connects Popcorn Maker To The Internet Of Things
technology

Popcorn Tweets is a device that Dave Britt and Justin Goeres have connected to Twitter for the purpose of cooking popcorn.

Kyle Studstill
  • 9 february 2010

Implementing an example of human-powered physical computing, Popcorn Tweets is a device that Dave Britt and Justin Goeres have connected to Twitter for the purpose of cooking popcorn. Popcorn Tweets encourages and draws from posts mentioning #popcorn, with each one triggering the placement of a kernel onto a heated surface.

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