Calorie Counting Machine in Testing Phase

"The device uses microwaves and scales to measure food. You simply place it over your plate and it shows you how much energy is in what you're about to eat.
"We have the weight of the food and the proportion that's water and the proportion that's fat, and from that information, we can estimate calories," Webster says.
But there's a long way to go before you will be able slap the gizmo on your dinner dish. The product is still in testing phase — and hasn't even measured "real" food yet
Right now, we're limited to a blended sample in a box," Webster says.
"Now, if only there was an app that would exercise for you," says Inskeep"