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Published on Aug 22, 2013
EyeWeight helps user lose weight by negative visual stimulus. It is a fast-prototype built in 24-hour Hackathon. Currently, we discuss with incubation mentors in Silicon Valley and LA, trying to make a real product with real impact.
Innovation: ● Negative visual stimulus: show nutrition info, visualize oil and display memegen on the food to warn user instant effect after having it. ● Long-term effect: keep track of weekly nutritional intake, in order to warn the user about cumulative effect.
Features: ● Provided visualized negative stimulus on AR layer of unhealthy food. ● Kept track of eating history and made recommendations. ● Encourages diet competition with strangers.
My role: ● Came up with this idea. ● Assigned engineering tasks to team members. ● Developed target image processing and enhancement pipeline. ● Presented demo on stage.
Prizes in LA Hacks: ● Grand Prize ● Best Visualization ● Best Mobile App ● $7500 Cash Reward ● 40+ teams from South California universities and companies(!) participated for $10000 Prize ● Had 3 hours sleep during the Hackathon