FOODATA

Food Analysis Detector.

Sunny Sinhye Kim

Consumer electronics 

This is a food analysis Detector which can scan the nutrition facts from your meal to help you decide how much portion is appropriate at once of intake and find a better choice for next time.

It is using a sensor called a spectrometer which is shooting the light on the surface of food, and depending on the unique reflections from each ingredient, it calculates how much sodium, fat, carbs, protein etc.

For the quick instruction of use, when you receive your food, take out your phone, turn on FOODATA and take a picture and hold a few seconds for scanning.

For the quick instruction of use, when you receive your food, take out your phone, turn on FOODATA and take a picture and hold a few seconds for scanning.

 And, then The interface of Foodata lets you know the simplified information about the recommended portion of food for a quick look. 

The Foodata app saves and keeps the nutrition fact with the picture, time and place by the cell phone GPS which is already built in on your phone. It shows visual information how much was your daily intake, and you can monitor through weekly and monthly about your eating behaviors and changes. You may realize some days you had too many carbs then you decide to try to eat something less carb meal for tomorrow.

Sunny Kim

This is Sunny Sinhye Kim from San Francisco. I was born in Seoul, South Korea, where I learned drawing, painting, and sculpting. I will graduate spring 2020 at California College of the Art in San Francisco, United States with Industrial and product design (BFA). I believe that a bit of happiness from design is the most important to users and designers. It can be visual, functional or even after-used. 

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