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There are more ways to track your own fitness now than at any point in history, barring the discovery of some ancient gym-obsessed Inca tribe or something. But the Naked 3D Fitness Tracker takes a page of its innovations from a good old-fashioned bathroom scale, with a crucial third dimension to boost the usefulness of such a scale.
The Naked 3D Fitness Tracker uses Intel RealSense 3D Depth Sensors in conjunction with a rotating turntable scale to create a full 3D scan of your body to be tracked in addition to data points like your height and weight. The end result is that you’ll have an unprecedentedly clear look at the impact your exercise is having on your body, and how to improve the process.
That kind of tech doesn’t come cheap, and the Naked 3D Fitness Tracker will set you back $800 from the product’s official site here. You can also see it in action in the video below.