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VIDEO: HAVE TREMORS? THIS SPOON HELPS YOU EAT WITHOUT SPILLING! WATCH THESE 4 VIDEOS































To take the frustration out of eating that’s caused by shaky hands, Lift Labs, a group of scientists and engineers of California, has created a spoon that cancels tremors.
Called ‘Liftware’, the battery-operated electronic cutlery has sensors, accelerometers and a microprocessor embedded in its handle.

The sensors and accelerometers detect hand tremors, while the microprocessor will adjust the handle’s spoon or fork attachment, to respond according to the user’s shaking—going in opposite direction of the tremor, to steady the attachment.

According to clinical trials, the innovative dinnerware cancels up to 70% of shaking—making it easy for users with shaky hands to feed themselves.
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