With every bite you take, this smart utensil is watching you
I'm here at CES 2016 with the spun smart utensil.
Now this might be a dieter's dream, but it's my nightmare.
You see, the utensil measures calories per bite of food you take.
It's a combination of a bluetooth connected ap and a utensil that actually weighs the food that you're eating.
Now before you eat, Eat with a spoon.
You take a picture of your food, and then a database that's tied to MyFitnessPal's food database, will recognize what your food is, and then tell you how many calories, and other nutritional information, you're taking in with each bite you take.
It'll also How many seconds are between each bite, and maybe even tell you to slow down.
Now we got to test out a 3D-printed prototype of this product.
The actual product will ship to folks who preordered in June.
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