Track Your Diet with a Chew-Monitoring Necklace

Track Your Diet with a Chew-Monitoring Necklace

Forget spending hours logging what you ate, let your mouth do the work

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 21 march 2016

If you ever sat next to a coworker who slurps their morning coffee and chomps on crunchy baby carrots all day, you are probably already aware that food consumption can be noisy. Could we use those rather annoying sounds for greater good, like fighting diabetes or obesity? Wenyao Xu, a computer scientist from the University of Buffalo claims that we can.

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