Thursday, May 31, 2007


...also from Japan
What's a busy businessman to do? There's no time to cook the right stuff, to eat healthy or to learn about the do's and dont's of eating. So what did Osaka officials think of?
They put 2 and 2 together and saw that both waistlines and cell phones are ever-expanding in Japan. So why not use this combination for health purposes?
This is how a great idea came up: people can take a picture of what they're eating and then send it via mobile phone to find out how many calories their food has.
This is a really great concept in the very spirit of interactivity - and although the results come in a little slow (in approx. 3 days after sending the photo), we salute the idea!
picture from epicurious.


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