All you need to say is "pop!".
A new popcorn dispenser locates the origin of your voice and flings popcorn into your mouth even from 15 feet away.
The device locates the speaker's mouth by determining the sound's origin and shoots popcorn in that direction, the New York Daily News reported.
Popcorn Indiana which developed the technology has said that 'the popinator' is still in testing phase.
"One thing that never changes about popcorn is how people eat it, how they get it in their mouths, whether it's directly from a bag or from a bowl - that hasn't changed. But how cool would it be if you could change the way people eat popcorn," said Barry, VP of Operations of Popcorn Indiana.
"The machine uses a binaural microphone system, which is similar to the way the human hearing system works," one of the company's electrical engineers was quoted as saying by the paper.
It determines voice origins with slight differences in the arrival time of sound waves.
You might need to move your head slightly to catch the popcorn in your mouth because every piece of popcorn travels through the air differently depending on its unique shape.