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Hapifork review: eat slower to eat better

15
Jan
2014

You tell Hapifork how you eat in one of three ways: piercing food with the fork at nearly a 90-degree angle (the Picker), scooping food onto the fork (the Scooper), or a mix of the two (the Data Lover). I had to stab food from a perfect 90-degree angle Using its motion sensors, Hapifork can tell how youre moving your fork, and the capacitive sensors register a bite when the prongs touch your mouth. Once I exaggerated my movements a bit — stabbing food from a perfect 90-degree angle — Hapifork started to come to life.

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