GE Device Measures The Calories On Your Plate
7/8/2014 6:41:56 AM
A few years ago, Matt Webster decided to dispatch with the annual birthday surprise dilemma and asked his wife whether she'd like as a gift an activity monitor. She was not impressed. The problem wasn’t him asking, but the technology itself. "If it doesn't automatically track the calories I eat, then I don't want it," she told him. Although there is no such automated device on the market, Webster, who works as a senior scientist at GE's labs in upstate New York, was not deterred. His specialty is diagnostics and biomedical research and he decided to build a device that could count calories in any food. "I thought that this was crazy and impossible, but I took it as a challenge," he says.
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