This Dinner Plate Tells You When You're Eating Too Much

Your next dinner plate could tell you to lay off those mashed potatoes.
Philadelphia-based startup Fitly has launched a new Kickstarter campaign for the SmartPlate, a plate that analyzes what you're about to eat.
The goal of the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled SmartPlate is to help control your portions and calorie intake.
While there are apps on the market that already allow users to log their meals, such as MyFitnessPal, the plate collects these details automatically.
This isn't the first time a portion-control tech gadget has created a stir online. Fitly is asking for $100,000 from backers to help get the project off of the ground.