Eat’n’Click is an application developed by DataArt that helps people track the nutritional content of foods they consume. The app automatically tracks calorie information by scanning photographs of food.
Its prototype is available on the App Store and can recognize a number of fruits with more than an 85% success rate. Recently the application was demonstrated by the DataArt team during the Health 2.0 Europe 2014 event in London and was highly appreciated by its participants.
Following industry trends and the high attention Apple HealthKit is receiving, DataArt’s Research Lab decided to move forward by automating the tracking of users’ nutrition habits. DataArt is planning to build a PoC prototype to integrate with Apple HealthKit. Also, we plan to implement a voice recognition engine with it. The aim of DataArt’s Orange R&D initiative is to reduce the gap between humanity and computers. And we strongly believe that this step will be highly effective.