The Japanese developed efficient systems that they would use on a daily basis. Even into their food, they use a simple yet functional bento box. A bento box is a Japanese lunch box where it contains all the food in a little container with dividers and sometimes with decorations to make the meal more sumptuous. This simplicity and functionality inspired the creator to design Mo:Ben.
Mo:Ben is a lunch box especially designed to keep the food inside warm. Just connect the power adapter to the Mo:Ben and set the temperature that you want to achieve inside the box. Once heated, you can remove the power adapter and the special insulating film and foam padding will keep that temperature over time. This allows you to have your meal at desired temperature when it is time to eat. The main container has two dividers to prevent mixing of food and also encourage variety of food. A compartment on top of the main food container slots the spoon and fork. There is a retractable handle on top of the Mo:Ben for easy carrying. For convenience, the food containers are all dishwasher safe.
The boxes are ergonomically designed with a futuristic feel to it. Several colors mix well with the egg like white color on the body such as red, blue, orange, green, and purple. Prototypes passed different standards for food safety, plastic material safety, and ease of everyday use.
It would be nice to see one day a Mo:Ben used for keeping my food warm.