The Diet-Aware Dining Table: Observing Dietary Behaviors over a Tabletop Surface

  title={The Diet-Aware Dining Table: Observing Dietary Behaviors over a Tabletop Surface},
  author={Keng-hao Chang and Shih-yen Liu and Hao-Hua Chu and Jane Yung-jen Hsu and Cheryl Chia-Hui Chen and Tung-yun Lin and Chieh-Yu Chen and Polly Huang},
We are what we eat. Our everyday food choices affect our long-term and short-term health. In the traditional health care, professionals assess and weigh each individual’s dietary intake using intensive labor at high cost. In this paper, we design and implement a diet-aware dining table that can track what and how much we eat. To enable automated food tracking, the dining table is augmented with two layers of weighing and RFID sensor surfaces. We devise a weight-RFID matching algorithm to detect… CONTINUE READING
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