AR Dieting System Changes Look Of Food So Users Eat Less

AR Dieting System Changes Look Of Food So Users Eat Less
technology

Trick your brain into consuming fewer calories.

John Pugh, BI
  • 16 december 2012

Common holiday dinner scenario: Enticed by all of your favorite foods against the backdrop of a festive setting, you pile your plate high with a little extra of everything. Though you have every intention of finishing, you simply can’t compete with the oversized portions, which invariably prompts someone to say, “your eyes were bigger than your stomach!” Well it turns out there is indeed some truth to the link between vision and appetite. It’s so close in fact, that researchers at the University of Tokyo have found a way to manipulate appetite with augmented reality.

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