The human body is a living, breathing structure, which makes scanning somewhat challenging! Shapewatch uses RGB pixels to provide extremely high levels of 3D density data, which allow us to take highly accurate measurements of the body. Our studies have shown Shapewatch accuracy to be +/-5mm.
Articles in this section
- How to set up the weighing scale
- No QR codes are appearing when I select Add Scan, how do I fix this?
- How to interpret my results?
- Is Shapewatch a medical device?
- I'm not familiar with Imperial measurements. Can I see my Shapewatch results in Metric?
- What is Lean Body Mass (LBM), and how should I interpret my LBM results?
- What is Waist to Hip Ratio (WHR), and how should I interpret my WHR results?
- How easy is it for me to track changes in my body with Shapewatch?
- My measurements don't look quite right. What's happened, and is there anything I can do to prevent it happening in future scans?
- What does body fat percentage mean and how should I interpret my body fat percentage results?