The Naked body scanner is a new home fitness accessory that helps users keep track of their body fat percentage, fat mass, body measurements and much more. Designed by Farhad Farahbakhshian, a part-time spin instructor, the Naked body scanner was purpose-built to show people the actual results they've gained from working out and dieting. Unlike scales, the body scanner showcases metrics that actually matter and highlights the progress being made.
While scales can be a basic measurement of weight loss progress, the Naked body scanner is more in-depth as it focuses on nine key measurements. These measurements help give users a better understanding of their progress and what they still need to accomplish.
The body scanner is powered by Intel RealSense depth sensors and a laptop-grade processor. A separate rotating scale is also included with the scanner and features its own array of sensors to provide separate but important information.