The LunchCommunicator lunch box seems to be feeding on the social technological advancements that have cropped up in the last few years. An innovative food container, it is designed to keep children and parents in touch on a very unique level.
Debuted during the Interaction 2011 conference held on March 10, 2011, the LunchCommunicator lunch box was created by a Japanese research group. Essentially, it records the parents as they put together their child's lunch and then records the child's reaction as she or he eats it. The child can then review the work the parents put into the lunch and the parents can witness their child's enjoyment of the meal.
A wonderful concept, the LunchCommunicator lunch box not only encourages children and parents to appreciate each others' work and tastes, it also helps them communicate better.