At first glance, the Naked 3D Fitness Tracker looks nothing more than a regular weighing scale and standing mirror combo. You know, the kind you’ll probably see in the bathrooms and bedrooms of folks who regularly monitor their weight, while checking out their physiques in the mirror. And while it does function in that end, the combo actually does a whole lot more.
Described as a “body scanner,” both the scale and the mirror actually house tech that allows them to take a detailed profile of your body. The idea is to do the scan on a daily basis, giving the system a day-to-day record of your physique, so you can easily check how well all those Crossfit classes are paying off or whether that low-carb diet is really helping cut down your body fat percentage.
To use the Naked 3D Fitness Tracker, you start by stepping on the scale, which then rotates slowly to allow the mirror to get a 360-degree snapshot of your body. That simple process allows the system to record your weight, body fat percentage, and detailed body measurements, so you can get precise readings regarding your physique over time. Doing this gives you an easy way to check whether you’ve gained extra muscle mass around your hamstrings, lost belly fat, or improved your weight over any time period.
The system uses Intel’s RealSense technology for performing the measurements, all of which are forwarded to an accompanying app (iOS and Android), where you can check all your stats. Do note, the mirror needs to be plugged in to a power outlet, while the scale charges wirelessly from the mirror’s base.
Slated to ship next year, the Naked 3D Fitness Tracker is priced at $999.