San Francisco-based Naked Labs has begun shipping their smart rotary weighing pans and 3D scanning mirrors. After connecting to the smartphone app, Naked creates a 3D model of the body to present a variety of health statistics more clearly. The Naked system consists of three parts, the first being a smart mirror. It is equipped with three integrated Intel RealSense depth sensors that scan objects in three dimensions.
The built-in laser sight helps to achieve perfect posture every time. A laptop-level processor can compress approximately 4GB of data generated per scan into a usable model. The user just need to stand on the weighing pan and facing towards the mirror and it will create a 3D view of the human body.
The second part of the system is a scale with a turntable that can be used on hard floors or carpets. The built-in battery can be charged close to the smart mirror, which needs to be powered through a wall outlet.
The user only needs to stand up and then wait for 15 seconds to complete a 3D scan of each inch of the body (with a resolution of about 1/10 inches).
The third part of the system is the matching smartphone app. After the device completes the 3D scan, the user can receive it via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
The application measures the circumference of the neck, shoulders, chest, upper arms, waist, abdomen, buttocks, and the upper, middle, and lower thighs. Then combined with body weight, body fat and other indicators data, give a comprehensive set of fitness goals guidelines.
If you think that the 3D image is too private to share with your friends, it doesn’t matter. But you’d better have confidence in the security of data stored in the cloud.
The set of smart weighing pans and stand mirrors is priced at $1,395. As for other uses of the Naked smart mirror shape scanner, it is estimated that it can promote potential business models such as clothing customization.
The mirror can be connected to the wall power jack and then the USB pan can be charged via USB. As an ordinary mirror and weight scale. It’s pretty good to be on the side of the gym too.
A 3D scan can be recorded at each stage of the workout. Physical comparison between April and December in the App.
The $1,395 price may scare away many people, but Naked Labs’ successful crowdfunding around US$14 million dollars that indicates consumers are quite convinced of their business model.
Source: nakedlabs.com and newatlas