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I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.

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Popcorn Indiana has manufactured a device for their Popinator project that shoots popcorn kernels into your mouth whenever you say the word "pop." Using binaural audio recognition technology, its popcorn cannon is able to swivel to the exact 360-degree direction the voice came from. Aside from the typical voice fluctuation drawbacks you might face ("yeah, she's really popular- whoa! What the hell?"), it's a pretty darn neat little gadget. Think of it as Kinect for food!

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I'm never complaining about my washing machine again. Okay, except for maybe the fact that it never knits me a sweater while it's running.

~NSHA

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Why do I get the feeling that at least one of those is stolen? ~Not-So-Handy Andy

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In the Netherlands, Domino's Pizza's electric scooters didn't make enough sound to warn oncoming bikers that they were coming. So, to fix the potential danger, Domino's installed devices on the scooters that emit fake engine noise... with a few added sounds here and there!

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Don't feel like getting vaporized by an M80 during your fireworks celebration? Fear not! The fine folks at Grathio Labs have devised a way to make fireworks that add just a bit of extra pop to your celebration. Follow the instructions in the video, extrapolate, and make something cool like a chain of them! Just don't be dumb and do it indoors/in your hand/without eye protection/near flammable material. You can kludge with one hand or one eye, but it definitely doesn't make things easier...

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I have no idea why anyone would need this, but either way....

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Next in the line of "welcome to the future" products, we have the needleless drug injector developed by researchers at MIT. It uses pressure and force so localized that it's able to deliver medication at precise locations no wider than the proboscis of a mosquito. And you won't even get an itchy bump afterward (I hope).