Weight loss: Smart fork watches how you eat | MassDevice.com On Call

January 14, 2013 by MassDevice staff

The HAPIfork from HAPILABS watches a user's eating pace to promote better habits through at-time monitoring and online trend tracking.

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MASSDEVICE ON CALL — French engineers at HAPILABS last week unveiled their HAPIfork technology at the CES International conference.

The fork is equipped with sensors that monitors a user's eating pace, helping eaters slow down in efforts to reduce bad habits that may be tied to weight gain and digestive problems, Medgadget reported.

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If the diner is eating too fast the fork lights up and vibrates to remind him or her to slow down, and even uploads the data to an online database where a user can track trends.

Watch the video, from Medgadget.

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