Yes, Japanese researchers at the University of Tokyo have created real “Diet Goggles” that use computer technology and augmented reality to fool the senses and make users feel more satisfied with smaller – or less appealing – foods. Continue reading for a video and more information.

According to Discovery: “In experiments, volunteers consumed nearly 10 percent less when the biscuits they were eating appeared 50 percent bigger. They ate 15 percent more when cookies were manipulated to look two-thirds of their real size.

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