If you’ve ever eaten an entire sleeve of Oreo cookies without stopping, these high-tech goggles were made for you.
Researchers at Tokyo University have developed augmented reality diet glasses that can fool our brains into being satisfied with less food.
The augmented reality goggles make food appear larger than life, according to Discovery News . The diet goggles scan what test subjects are holding and sends larger images to a computer screen.
In tests where cookies were augmented to 50% their actual size, volunteers ate 10% fewer cookies. But when cookies appeared at two-thirds their actual size, participants ate 15% more of them.
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