Photographic Diet

Diet-tracking apps scan images to enhance the accuracy of data input

Implications - Individuals who employ the use of apps to help track and monitor their diets now have the option of using photographic diet apps that scan meals and snacks, and have high rates of accuracy. This shift comes as apps are expected to require less input from users, yet meet and exceed their demands–revealing the increased reliance on technology to remove the various barriers, both significant and insignificant, that consumers face.
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3D Calorie-Counting Devices - The NutriRay 3D is a Mobile Food Counter that Scans for Nutrition
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Average 389 Clicks Pub: Jan 21, 16
3D Calorie-Counting Devices
The NutriRay 3D is a Mobile Food Counter that Scans for Nutrition
The NutriRay 3D smartphone extension is a food counter device that uses 3D scanning technology to read the nutritional value of meals and provide instantaneous data to consumers. The device offers a... [More]
Gamified Social Dieting Apps - KaleKam is a Mobile Game and Social Media Platform for Healthy Eating
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Average 980 Clicks Pub: Jan 3, 17
Gamified Social Dieting Apps
KaleKam is a Mobile Game and Social Media Platform for Healthy Eating
KaleKam is a new app that combines the sociability of Instagram and Snapchat with gamification in order to get people to eat healthier. Rather than the rigid numbers of calorie-counting apps,... [More]
Photographic Diet Apps - Snap'n'Eat Monitors Nutritional and Caloric Content Based on Photos
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Untested 509 Clicks Pub: May 20, 15
Photographic Diet Apps
Snap'n'Eat Monitors Nutritional and Caloric Content Based on Photos
Knowing that many people find it more entertaining to take pictures of food than it is to pick and choose what goes on there plate when adhering to a strict diet, SRI International developed the Snap&... [More]
Photographic Meal-Tracking Apps - 'Lose It' Logs Users' Meals By Registering Their Pictures
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Mild 206 Clicks Pub: Sep 29, 16
Photographic Meal-Tracking Apps
'Lose It' Logs Users' Meals By Registering Their Pictures
Amateur food photography has risen in tandem with the rise of Instagram, and the Lose It app is capitalizing on social media users’ love for snapping their meals. The dieting app tracks users... [More]
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