Future Fork

January 16, 2014 in Daily Bulletin

Do you eat your food with a normal fork? You pleb. Valentina Palladino presented what is possibly the future of forks:

  • Studies indicate that people who eat more slowly release more hormones that make them feel full, thus controlling diet.
  • The Hapifork was made to make sure you slow down your eating.
  • It has a small light that turns green if you eat at a reasonable pace. Eat too fast and the light turns red and the fork begins to vibrate.
  • Its battery lasts for a week and it can connect to your phone via Bluetooth.

The full article is a review of the fork, its limitations, and more. Read it here.

Source: The Verge