Is this for real? I can’t help but think that this is a huge joke on the general public. Do we really need Vessyl, a battery-powered “smart cup” that agreegates our calorie, sugar, and nutritional intake? I think real changes in a person’s health involve a fundamentally different approach to consumption that involves not waiting for aggregate numbers to tell us that we’ve already eaten badly today. Plus, eating healthy doesn’t necessarily translate to being healthy, which is why you see such sickly looking people sipping down their kale juices. Also…$199 beverage cup. I’m just not convinced. If you are though, you can pre-order for $100.