Smart Cutlery Aims To Change The Way You Eat

As with most 'smart' devices at the moment, the Hapifork is limited by syncing and charging, as well as our natural ability to ignore good advice from a nagging technological snitch.

After a few meals, I was surprised to find myself being more thoughtful with my eating, placing my fork down between bites. It didn't always stop me from wolfing down dinner after a long day at work, though — I was hungry. When my hunger outweighed my concern for my eating speed, I ignored the Hapifork’s vibrations and its disapproving red light.

I wonder if they'll do the same for chopsticks?