You might not think a mixed reality headset could help kids eat their vegetables, but that’s the exact premise behind Habit.at—the app that won the “Social Good” category at the 2016 HoloHacks competition in Los Angeles.
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The Habit.at team, consisting of Mariana Acuña-Acosta, Jinsoo An, Tim Lobes, and Nathan Strong, looked at the least popular vegetables (e.g., beets, eggplant, cauliflower, etc.) and wondered why these vegetables are so unappealing. Through consulting scientific studies, they found that eating is mostly a learned behavior and we pick up the bad habits in as early as… more


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