To promote the importance of making healthier choices, the Independent Health Foundation set up hidden cameras around a vending machine at the University at Buffalo. When someone approached the machine, it would speak to them, questioning whether they were making a wise nutritional decision. These organic, unscripted interactions were edited into these hilarious videos.
2 minutes to eat, 20 minutes to work off
talking vending machine video catches Western New York college students by
surprise when the "machine" asks them to work off their snacks right then.
More Syllables = Less Nutrition
This video catches consumers by surprise when the "machine" asks them to pronounce their snack's ingredients.
Looks like junk inside. Feels like junk inside.
This clips asks the students to promise they'll eat healthier. What would the vending machine get you to say?