Published In : Technology April 15, 2016
There are several devices and mobile applications that help to track the records for the fitness and aim to help in losing weight but these applications and devices do not deliver the exact information about the lost weight and for the muscles
A new invention by Naked uses the technology of 3D scanner to analyze the users’ body fat ratio, shape, measurements and exact weight to inform the user for the optimistic fitness journey.
The Naked 3D Fitness Tracker includes a full-length mirror and a scale that spins the user around 360-degree to fetch the fitness data for the user’s fitness.
Naked 3D fitness Tracker will work as a Personal fitness trainer for the users as it will let the users know about the exact areas that have been affected with respect to their workouts, no matter if the user wants to lose weight or wants to gain weight, the device will deliver the relevant information to keep their process going in a progressive way.
The information collected by the 3D Scanner Mirror after making a 360 –degree scan of user’s body is synchronized with the user’s Mobile application and the user is allowed to see the results with a rotatable 3D model in the Smartphone.
Different colors are used in the mobile application to highlight significant changes made in the body, so the user can see the areas that are affected by workouts either the weight is lost or the fat is gained.
The Naked 3D Fitness Tracker device is available for pre-orders in the United States on the website of Naked Labs for $499 but the pre-buyers have to wait for a year to get this device as the companies expect to deliver these products to its users in March 2017.
Get ready to see the ‘Naked Truth’ for your fitness in your Smartphones
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