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Showing people how it adds up we think will be very powerful and will drive behavior change" Heres everything else you ever wanted to know about this new contraption: Who came up with this idea Justin Lee a 29-year-old Canadian thought of the idea while studying biomedical computing at Queens University in Kingston Ontario He co-founded the company Mark One which now employees about 15 people in Canada and San Francisco Vessyl is the companys first product Why did it take seven years to design it Lee says the company went through dozens to a hundred iterations depending how you count them changing the size shape and aesthetics in pursuit of a product that would feel natural in both home and office environments Of course there was also the challenge of fitting the processor battery and sensors into the thin wall of the cup And Berman says people need to like the way it looks "We cant give people tools that are ugly and expect them to use them" he says Where did the name come from Lee says this name speaks to the fundamental function of all our glasses tumblers mugs and water bottlesall containers this is meant to replace How does it work Lee says they developed their sensor by adapting technology thats been used in the food industry for some timesomething like what a peanut butter-maker might employ to make sure all their product is consistent and high quality for instance The sensor is essentially the entire interior of the cup All you have to do is pour a drink in and the Vessyl automatically analyzes its nutritional content displaying calories on the container itself and more detailed information through the app Why would people need this The makers of Vessyl are positioning their product as a health monitoring tool something that can help you lose weight or make sure youre getting enough protein when youre trying to bulk up A pregnant woman might use it to monitor her caffeine levels And early-adopter types might just think its nifty But cant you just look at those nutritional labels on the sides of things like cans of soda Here is Lees take on that question: "Nutritional labels are important and they can provide really good information regarding that thing youre consuming right then and there What they dont do so well is remember the things youve already consumed" Vessyl keeps daily totals of your liquid calorie intake which reset every 24 hours and suggests amounts you should drink to stay hydrated factoring in the type of liquid youve been sipping If you drank a lot of alcohol on Monday for instance the Vessyl would recommend higher levels of water on Tuesday Berman says Do they expect people to put everything they drink into this like asking bartenders to pour cocktails into it Lee says that they know people are less likely to use a Vessyl in a bar and that they designed something meant to work at home and at the officewhere people spend most of their time If you dont have your Vessyl you can still manually enter beverages into the app which will add an estimated amount of nutrients to your daily total "Were realistic about the initial uses" Lee says How many drinks has Vessyl programmed into the system Lee wont give an exact amount but says theyve worked through popular brands and are now looking for “outliers” When TIME spoke to him in late July the company had just added beet juice and a lemon ginger probiotic beverage And theyre working on wine Would Vessyl spend $1000 on a certain bottle just to put it in the system "Probably" Lee says So what happens if a drink isnt in the system Lee is unclear about what the Vessyl would do if you poured say motor oil into it But for most potables the container can analyze the nutrients (giving a total for calories protein etc) even if the program doesnt know the specific name of the beverage How much does it cost During pre-ordering season Vessyls are going for $99 Theyll cost $199 once they actually start shipping in early 2015 Since going on sale in June the company has had more than 10000 pre-orders from 75 countries The top cities for orders respectively are New York San Francisco and London How much venture capital money has the company raised Right now theyre not saying Lee will only say theyve raised a seed round with multiple investors Is this a first generation of the product Lee says probably As more drinks are added to their system the company can send out updates to products already out therelike Apple sends out software updates for iPhones Future generations might identify contaminants mixes of various liquids (like orange juice and mango juice) or be dishwasher safe (this version must be hand-washed) "Were going to continue making it smarter and smarter" Lee says How is it powered The cup comes with what they call a "saucer" or charging station A one-hour charge will on average last for five to seven days assuming a person is drinking five to seven different liquids out of it each day Is Mark One working on other products Lee hints that the company may soon be trying to do the same thing for solid food "The focus of the company is automatic nutrient tracking tracking all the things we can consume so people can make healthier choices Vessyl is our first product But we do consume things outside of beverages" he says "Theres definitely more to come” Do you purely get information or does the cup make judgment calls like You should stop drinking so much coffee’ This is a smart cup not a bossy cup Lee says Users will be able to choose the amount of notifications they receive The Vessyl is meant to provide insights not "tsk tsk" owners If its true that people need a gadget like this to make healthier decisions is it sad that weve come to that point Berman says that experts have tried and tried to educate people out of unhealthy consumption and have come to the conclusion that education is just not enough His take is that the information a product like Vessyl makes accessible is really fighting back against the barrage of companies who market food not for health benefits but for profits What does the existence of the Vessyl say about where we are now "We want to be delighted in our everyday lives when it comes to everything that we use or touch" Lee says "What were seeing is evolution in objects" Write to Katy Steinmetz at katysteinmetz@timecom Centre for Social Justice, it therefore goes without saying that we cannot tinker with any executive bill. 2014. waking the computer and entering your password.