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Video Given the number of film fanatics who watch movies on their laptops, popcorn by your PC is probably just what the doctor ordered. One DIY hardware pioneer has worked out how to make your very own USB-powered popcorn maker.

All it takes is a baked bean tin, a jar, an old USB cable, a high-intensity light bulb, and some thermal paste.

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Oh, and some salt and corn kernels, of course.

Happy popping!

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