Read here if you want to know about how to interpret your 3D analysis!
By clicking on through the 3D ANALYSIS list (in the menu up top or on the dashboard on the right hand side) you will get to detailed analysis of your customers’ 3D scans.
This is your main working tool. Bodygee provides four different analytics: circumference, shape, posture and body composition. You may explore your customer’s data to interpret the fitness, nutrition and health status and to monitor changes after your target exercise and nutrition intervention.
In each application, the results of the selected 3D bodies are shown. If more than one scan is available we provide a comparison between the two selected 3D bodies.
- 1 This view shows the circumferences of different standard locations around the body
- By default, Bodygee compares the two latest scans. Choose other bodies to compare with each other by clicking the dates above the body models 2
3 This application provides:
A regional shape analysis: Move the slider on the right to check the cross-sections in the transverse plane of each part of the body and their changes over time (if at least two 3D bodies are available). You can additionally display the circumferences by clicking on SHOW FIGURES 4
Below, a body shape analysis is provided. You may see the overlapping differences of the two bodies (if at least two 3D bodies are available) by scrolling down
- 5 This application provides a tool to identify posture. Use the gridline visualization on the left side to compare anatomical position of joints and landmarks of one 3D body or use the crosshair pointer on the right side to compare changes over time. By clicking + on the right side you are able to move the crosshair
- 6 Bodygee calculates your customers’ body composition such as body fat, Body Mass Index or WHR (waist to hip ratio). Click the blue triangles to get to the classification of your customers’ values 7–9