Project Nourished's virtual eating gizmos. From left: An atomizer that releases the scents of a food; a virtual reality headset; a a device that mimics the chewing sounds transmitted from a diner's mouth to their ear drums; a cocktail glass with built-in sensors; a utensil that picks up on the diner's movements and integrates them into the virtual reality experience; and a 3-D printed food cube.
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After knee surgery, David Larson, 66, of Huntington Beach, Calif., experienced pain in a calf muscle. His answer to an automated email from the doctor led to the diagnosis and treatment of a potentially dangerous blood clot.
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New England Patriots' defensive end Chandler Jones holds a Microsoft Surface tablet on the sideline in the third quarter of the AFC Championship game against the Denver Broncos. In the second quarter, the Patriots' tablets briefly stopped working.
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