Tuesday, 8 January 2013


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The £60 'smart fork' that can monitor everything you eat - and sound an alarm if you overdo the dessert
By Mark Prigg,
Daily Mail, 7 January 2013.

Smart cutlery that can monitor exactly how much you eat is set to go on sale within months.

The HAPIfork uses electronic sensors to monitor how much, and how fast a user is eating. If they eat too quickly, the fork vibrates, and bright lights flash on its handle. The fork also wirelessly connects to a user's phone to send their eating habits to a special app.

The HAPIfork's makers [HAPILABS] claim that people only naturally feel full after about 20 minutes of eating, and so by diminishing the amount eaten in that period users will eat less and consequently lose weight…

Top image: HAPIfork. Links added.

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