3D scanner aims to reveal your body changes

Posted at 8:43 AM, Apr 15, 2016

We have step trackers, smart scales and now...3D body scanners? Oh my!

A fitness tech startup out of Silicon Valley called Naked Labs is now accepting preorders for their 3D Fitness Tracker. 

The tracker system comes with a full-length 3D scanning mirror and a WiFi connected scale that's also a turntable, according to Naked Labs. 

The system works with a mobile app to give users a 3D model display of their body. The company notes the app can tell you measurements, body fat percentage and weight.

A heat map will also show changes in your body-so you can see where you're gaining muscle or fat.

According to Naked Labs, the product uses Intel's RealSense Technology.

"This product and application will offer greater insight and awareness to users, helping them check progress on a continuous basis as they work toward healthy body transformation," stated Josh Walden, senior vice president and general manager of the New Technology Group, Intel Corporation, in a press release.

The system can now be preordered for around $500--with shipping expected in March of 2017.

More details here.