Machine Shoots Popcorn Into User’s Mouths Any Time They Say ‘Pop’ [Video]

Machine Shoots Popcorn Into User’s Mouths Any Time They Say ‘Pop’ [Video]
Design

The Popinator aims to change how popcorn is eaten by launching it at you from up to 15 feet away, after calculating where the spoken word originated from.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 september 2012

Snack company Popcorn, Indiana aim to make the popcorn eating experience more fun with their new project. The Popinator shoots a piece of popcorn into a person’s mouth when they say the word “pop.” The voice-activated machine can pinpoint where the spoken word originated from and shoots the popcorn in that direction, from up to 15 feet away.

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