A playful watch prototype lets you run from meeting to meeting while eating

During a fast-paced schedule, the only option for a modern worker might be to eat while walking to the next meeting. If only some creative minds would come up with a wearable that would make eating while commuting to the next appointment even easier.

Agricultural company Takii Seeds has come up with a solution—although it's just for the purpose of a short video. The clip shows a man eating on while rushing to his destination. The next few shots show the process of designing the Bento Watch. A surgeon skillfully cuts the meal's ingredients into tiny little pieces. A chef carefully cooks these before a watchmaker places them in just the right arrangement. The clip then shows a man eating out of the watch while on an escalator. The coolest design feature: a pair of tiny chopsticks that pop out for quick use.

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