Vessyl is a drinking cup with an electronic display that can detect what’s inside and tracks consumption in real time.
The 13oz tumbler features sensors that can identify the liquid inside.
When the vessel is filled up, its contents are displayed on the side, along with calorie information that helps drinkers watch their weight. As well as the instant identification, Vessyl can be connected to owners’ smartphones to track consumption in real time and create a history of users’ intake across a variety of metrics.
Why I’m curious?
Does anyone have the feeling that drinking coffee, juices or diet soda is not caloric at all?
We spend entire days swallowing different drinks without knowing exactly what they are composed of. Now, users can check if they’re consuming too many calories, getting enough hydration, or keep tabs on their caffeine intake.
In addition to keeping an eye on what you eat, you will now also keep an eye on what you drink!!