It is not difficult to find inventions that aims to improve our daily lives which, at first glance, does not seem to make much sense. The HAPIfork, a fork electronics that monitors the way you eat, it's just one of these creations, which was unveiled during CES 2013. The HAPIfork is a set of cutlery (forks and spoons) that monitors your eating procedure. Through sensors on the body of the fork, you can follow if you eat too fast, which experts say is one of those responsible for weight gain. Even if the sensors realize that you're taking the fork to your mouth frequently in a short period, the object vibrates, telling you that you should slow down.
The cutlery come with USB ports to send information to the PC or apps for iOS and Android, which will help you control your food anywhere. The smart cutlery set will cost $99 and will be released by HAPILabs in the second quarter of 2013 for a version with USB connection. Device that send information via Bluetooth connection should be launched in 2014.