If you're tired of counting calories when you eat then you may be happy to find out that your cloths may one day do the job for you.
A team of researchers at Pittsburgh universityhave developed a range of clothing fitted with mini cameras - the cameras monitor calorie intake by snapping the food you eat and creating a 3D model of whatever ingredients you consume.
This information is then processed and displayed as a calorie count including the nutritional value of the food consumed.
Those of you on a diet, don't get too excited yet, the clothing is still in development with no dates set as to when it may be commercially available.
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