HAPILABS HAPIfork - CES 2013
Jan 11, 2013 10:54 AM
Most people shovel their meals into their mouths too quickly for their bodies to process, which means the stomach still feels hunger even though it’s full. HAPIlabs’ electronic HAPIfork vibrates when you eat too fast, reminding you to slow down.
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