Mood-Mapping Service Suggests Meals Based On Your Feelings

Mood-Mapping Service Suggests Meals Based On Your Feelings
Technology

Th app monitors facial expressions and suggests the perfect food to lift your spirits or ease anxiety

Marielle Castillo
  • 14 december 2016

According to experimental psychologist Charles Spence, mood and emotion can affect the sensory discriminatory aspects of tasting. Based on this notion, and in collaboration with food delivery service Just Eat and acclaimed chef Ferran Adrià, he created an app that uses a mood-mapping technology to scans the face for signs of emotions, such as frown lines and down-turned lips and eyes.

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