Sensum

Seamless Sensing.

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$799.99

One of the most difficult parts of maintaining your Food ID, personalized nutrition profile is tracking the food that you eat on a daily basis. Measuring what goes into your body is a crucial step in any personalized nutrition regimen but who has the time to manually photograph, weigh, and scan everything on your plate? Enter Sensum: the first premium dinnerware platform with built in visual capture and near infrared (NIR) mass spectrometer sensors that scan, analyze and record the food that hits your plate, fork, and mouth. 

About SENSUM

Elegantly hidden into the design of the dishes and flatware, our visual and NIR sensors see what you’re eating and are able to analyze the quantity and nutritional profile of your food. The visual sensor uses image recognition algorithms to determine what kind and what amount of food you’re consuming, while the miniaturized mass spectrometer senses the concentrations of a wide range of nutrition factors including: calories, macro/micro nutrients, fat, protein, sodium, sugar, carbohydrates and fiber. 

Multiple sensors on each dish, fork, knife, and spoon work together to determine what food is actually eaten by you, versus what’s left on the plate as leftovers. All of this data is wirelessly transmitted to the Food ID cloud where the data is analyzed and appended to your Food ID diet log. And as we all know, more accurate, detailed diet log data makes for even more precise personalized dietary recommendations.

Each dish and flatware piece is fully dishwasher safe and charges wirelessly on the included cupboard mat and flatware tray that fits elegantly into your kitchen cabinets and drawers.

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Concept Inspired By...

Cellular Seasonings was inspired by the following movements, technologies, and trends in food today.

  • Quantified Self: A movement that encourages the recording and analysis of myriad dimensions of one’s life, such as food intake, movement, emotional state, and more. Adherents to the quantified self typically use digital tools such as pedometers and diet logs to record information about their activities that’s analyzed later or in real time. From this analysis, individuals aim to attain a better understanding of their bodies and arrive at recommended actions for better health.