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Wageningen University, Netherlands, 15th September 2008
1. Wide exterior of restaurant
2. Wide interior restaurant and customers
3. Various of food
4. Various people eating
5. Pull in to mid shot of monitor on ceiling
6. Pan up from plate to customer eating
7. Close up of customer eating
8. Close up of ceiling monitor with view down to restaurant
9. Mid shot hand on control stick on desk with keypad and screen
10. Pull out from close up of man’s face to mid shot showing monitor with views of customers in restaurant
11. Mid shot man and woman eating on television monitor
12. Close of man on monitor
13. Mid of man eating
14. Mid of customers inside restaurant
15. Close up man’s face
16. Wide of man pouring fresh orange juice at counter
17. Close up of customer’s food tray
18. Mid shot of man serving at checkout
19. Mid shot of checkout display screen
20. Set up Rene Koster Director of the restaurant
21. SOUNDBITE (Dutch), Rene Koster Director of the Restaurant of Future Foundation:
“There have been researches on the influence that flowers have on space. We have found that people’s reaction and mood is completely different in a space with flowers and in a space without flowers. Men buy things differently from women. Men tend to choose quicker and are very interested in products that are new, women think through their choice for a certain product more. All these things that we have found in the research match with similar tests elsewhere. There are many differences between men and women. We are researching the long-term patterns of people’s behaviour”.
22. Various wide of restaurant
23.SOUNDBITE (Dutch), Vida Mohammadanin, restaurant guest
” No, I’m not all the time conscious of that there is a research going on. I simply make my usual choices of food”.
24. Wide of customers at table
25. SOUNDBITE (Dutch), Bram van Toren restaurant guest
” I think that it is the case.The food is offered in different ways and that’s why you are stimulated more or less to buy things. The smell is also of influence when something smells nice you tend to buy it more quickly”.
26. Mid shot scientist applying sensors to woman seated in chair with plastic hood
27. Close up sensors being applied to woman’s head
28. Close up scientist’s face
29. Close up of girl biting into apple with sensors and wires attached to face
30. SOUNDBITE (Dutch), Rene de Wijk, Senior Scientist:
“For example, I can give him or her advice about food. Looking at his or her history, the psychological and physiological situation we can offer you this and this and then not only the kind of product that someone should eat, but also the size of the portion. If someone has just done a workout he needs different kind of food than someone who just stands up from behind his desk”.
31. Mid shot people at table in restaurant
32. Close up pan on man with the mug
33. Close up of monitor screen
For decades advertisers have tried to manipulate our behaviour to make us desire one product rather than another. Cakes can be made to look more moist, fruit can appear fresher and meat more succulent.
Now scientists at Wageningen University in the Netherlands are taking the principal several steps further.
They’ve set up a restaurant with spy cameras which can track and record their customer’s movements, hesitations, facial expressions, weight, posture, even their eating habits.
They hope the project, set up with a catering firm and a software company will reveal the secrets of why we make the choices we do.
It looks like any other cafeteria, the food is arranged in an appetising manner and customers linger over the counter deciding what they would like to eat.
More targeted experiments are done upstairs.
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