This *Will* Exist

It is a “Fitbit” for your mouth.

While wearables have gotten pretty good at tracking a range of health-related activities, there’s still no simple, automated, unobtrusive way to track one of the vital things we all do every day: eat.

Researchers at Dartmouth College and Clemson University have built a prototype of a headband-like device that they think could be a step toward making this happen. Part of a project called Auracle, the gadget uses a microphone placed on the skin to capture sounds of mouth-related activities that are then analyzed to pinpoint when the wearer is eating—an activity that can be tricky to distinguish from things like talking or coughing.

Methinks this is not about exercise…

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5 Responses to This *Will* Exist

  1. This is clearly the next step in Drumpf’s elaborate Dominance and Submission spectacles. It insures that the taint-lapping hits at least four on the Lovelace Sincerity Scale.


  2. skinnydennis says:

    Big Mac electroshock therapy?


  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    They need to develop finger electrodes to counteract excessive tweeting.


  4. Kurt says:

    Well porn practically built the internet, so teledildonics can’t be far… umm… behind.
    … must be ahead.


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