Mirrored tableware tricks brain to change eating habits

Mirrored tableware tricks brain to change eating habits

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A UK startup has come up with a piece of kit that makes your plate look twice as full with food. Studio Playfool, a studio that twists context in playful ways for a better cause, are hoping their creation could help a global challenge. Using visual trickery, the mirrored tableware, Half/Full, shows a mirrored image of exactly what is on the plate, tricking the mind into thinking you’ve eaten double what was originally there. As well as a mirrored plate, there’s also a cup and cutlery featured as part of the range, so users are able to take part in any meal of the day.

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