3D Body Scans Coming to the United States
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
mPort, an Australian-based technology company, is expanding its 3D body mapping technology (mPod) to consumers in the United States starting with leading health club chain LA Fitness.
mPods use a safe, non-invasive infra-red technology to capture 200,000 data points to map an individual's unique body shape (in 3D) and all the data necessary for a comprehensive health overview – including BMI, body composition, body fat, waist-hip ratio, etc. The accompanying app (iOS and Android) helps users set fitness goals, mark key health indexes and track health progress.
mPort will initially roll out mPods in LA Fitness locations throughout California with plans to bring its 3D body measurement technology to locations nationwide.
Read more: https://mport.com/
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