Know how your client's body is changing & achieve better results with them!
Attract new clients
Better client engagement
Improve retention rates
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From personal trainers to nutritionists, ShapeScale is the go-to solution for enhancing client satisfaction in the health, fitness and wellness industry.

Athletic Coaching

Healthcare Professionals

Medical Spas & Aesthetics

Dietitians, Nutritionists


Attract New Clients

ShapeScale's advanced technology and 3D progress visuals make it perfect for showcasing transformations on social media.


Enhanced Client Engagement

Custom reports and engaging visuals offer personalized coaching experience that keeps clients accountable and motivated.


Improve Client Retention

ShapeScale's advanced technology and 3D progress visuals make it perfect for showcasing transformations on social media.

Body Tracking that's fast and easy to use!
We understand the value of your time, which is why we've designed ShapeScale as a seamless, all-in-one solution that effortlessly integrates into your existing routine - hassle-free!

Easy to use

Our set up at your facility and simple use will make measuring body composition  more convenient than ever.


Experience unparalleled accuracy and detail in measuring your client's body and progress, surpassing traditional methods such as BIA scales and progress pictures.
Fast processing
Get 20+ body measurements in under 60 seconds and eliminate the time and effort of manual tape measurements.


Say goodbye to awkwardness with ShapeScale's non-invasive measurement method, unlike tape measures and calipers.

The Science

Backed by rigorous research, ShapeScale's 3-dimensional Optical Imaging (3DO) offers unmatched precision and ease for body composition and measurements. Celebrated in leading scientific journals for its reliability and consistency across various demographics, this advanced scanning technology sets a new benchmark for non-invasive accuracy in health and fitness assessment.

Monitoring Body Composition Change for Intervention Studies with Advancing 3D Optical Imaging Technology in Comparison to Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry

Wong et al. published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2023)

"As compared to DXA [Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry], 3DO [3-dimensional Optical Imaging] was highly sensitive in detecting body shape changes over time. The 3DO method was sensitive enough to detect even small changes in body composition during intervention studies."

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Comparison of Body Scanner and Manual Anthropometric Measurements of Body Shape: A Systematic Review

Rumbo-Rodríguez et al. published in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2021)

"3D scanners seem to provide reproducible, reliable and accurate data that correlate well with those obtained by other techniques."

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Accuracy and Precision of 3-dimensional Optical Imaging for Body Composition by Age, BMI, and Ethnicity

Wong et al. published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2023)

"3DO [3-dimensional Optical Imaging] total FM [Fat Mass] and FFM [Fat-Free Mass] achieved a %CV [Coefficient of Variation] (RMSE [Root Mean Square Error]) of 1.76% (0.44 kg) and 1.97% (0.44 kg), while DXA [Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry] had a %CV (RMSE) of 0.98% (0.24 kg) and 0.59% (0.27 kg), respectively, in females and similarly in males."

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Assessment of clinical measures of total and regional body composition from a commercial 3-dimensional optical body scanner

Bennett et al. published in Clinical Nutrition (2022)

"The overall FFM [Fat-Free Mass] as measured by DXA [Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry] (54.1 ± 15.2 kg) and 3DO [3-dimensional Optical Imaging] (55.3 ± 15.0 kg) showed a small mean difference of 1.2 ± 3.4 kg (95% limits of agreement +7.0 to -5.6) and the CCC [Concordance Correlation Coefficient] was 0.97 (95% CI [Confidence Interval]: 0.96-0.98). The CCC for FM [Fat Mass] was 0.95 (95% CI: 0.94-0.97) and the mean difference of 1.3 ± 3.4 kg (95% limits of agreement +5.5 to -8.1) reflected the difference in FFM measures."

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Digital anthropometry via three-dimensional optical scanning: evaluation of four commercially available systems

Tinsley et al. published in Clinical Nutrition (2020)

"In conclusion, commercially available 3DO [3-dimensional Optical Imaging] exhibit excellent precision for anthropometric estimates and may represent a valuable tool for automation and standardization of body evaluations."

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Digital anthropometry for body circumference measurements: Toward the development of universal three-dimensional optical system analysis software

Sobhiyeh et al. published in Obesity Science & Practice (2020)

"These scanners automatically give consumers and investigators hundreds of digital anthropometric measurements with little test–retest variation. [...] Overall mean conventional anthropometry - digital anthropometry differences were about 2 cm, except for a few outliers, across all three systems and eleven anatomic sites."

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What our users say...

See how ShapeScale has been reshaping our users' fitness journeys.

ShapeScale has given me the hard cold evidence. The 3D scan combined with the measurements will only tell you the truth, you can't hide from this. Getting a ShapeScan every few weeks has also been great in reinforcing that what I'm doing has been working and I'm progressing in the right direction.

Reynold Lewke
Ironman Coach, Startup CEO Coach & Recruiter

Firstly, the percentage changes of localized metrics. They are great indicators of your progress. Then the ShapeScale 3D scan and following how your body has changed through them is like a “visual memory of your body”, which is a very valuable way to track progress in my opinion.

Maddalena Adorno
Co-Founder & CEO, Dorian Therapeutics

ShapeScale has given me the hard cold evidence. The 3D scan combined with the measurements will only tell you the truth, you can't hide from this. Getting a ShapeScan every few weeks has also been great in reinforcing that what I'm doing has been working and I'm progressing in the right direction.

Amanda Brief Frankel
Operational Technology Engineer, Brembo

You know they say "you make what you measure", which is the whole point of ShapeScale. Seeing all this progress both visually and the hard numbers is very motivating. It definitely helped to keep me going and work towards my goals.

Ed Kearney
Co-Founder & CEO, Boundary Layer Technologies

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Dive into the ShapeScale Experience

Explore our demo accounts

Download the ShapeScale app and explore the transformative stories of Ed and Reynold through our three demo accounts.

Delve into their progress, watch their motivating video testimonials, and experience ShapeScale's innovative features, all without any account setup. Your insight into the ShapeScale community awaits.
* Android app anticipated in 2024. ShapeScale is accessible to businesses with an iPhone, iPad, or macOS device for seamless client engagement.


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How does ShapeScale work?

ShapeScale revolutionizes the way you understand your body, combining advanced technologies to craft a 3D model that captures your unique form.As you step onto ShapeScale, a robotic arm equipped with an RGB-depth camera starts its journey around you.

This camera projects IR coded light, mapping nearly 15 million points every second to create a detailed digital reflection of your body, accurate down to a millimeter.

Parallel to this, the RGB camera captures high-definition images. This data is sent to the ShapeCloud where point clouds and photo textures are expertly merged to create a highly accurate, photorealistic 3D body model.

Your journey doesn't stop here. Through the ShapeScale app, you can explore your 3D model, track changes over time using heatmaps, and receive personalized insights and recommendations. ShapeScale allows you to visualize, comprehend, and embrace your body's journey like never before.

How long does it take to scan a client’s body with ShapeScale?

It takes less than a minute to scan a client’s body with ShapeScale. The device uses a robotic arm and a 3D camera to capture the shape and composition of the body from multiple angles. The scan is then processed and uploaded to the cloud, where it can be accessed through the ShapeScale app. In total, new scans are usually accessible within ten minutes.

How accurate are the measurements and analysis provided by ShapeScale?

ShapeScale provides highly accurate measurements and analysis of the body. The device uses a patented technology called ShapeSense, which combines computer vision, machine learning, and photogrammetry to create a 3D model of the body. ShapeScale uses a machine learning model to compute body composition based on a user’s unique demographics, body shape, volume, and density. It has been validated against the gold-standard method of dual x-ray absorptiometry (DXA), which measures body fat and lean mass using low-dose x-rays.

What does ShapeScale measure?

ShapeScale measures the following metrics:

Body metrics

  • Weight (in kg/lb)
  • Fat and lean mass (in %)
  • BMI
  • Health Score (ranging from 0-100)
    👉 a cardiometabolic risk score based on body shape backed by data of the NIH
  • Shape Score (ranging from 0-100)
    👉 Offers insights into individual fitness, health, and aesthetics
    👉 Highlights areas for improvement and ideal measurements

Regional Circumference measurements (in cm/in)

  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Biceps
  • Waist
  • Hips
  • Thighs
  • Calves

Regional volume measurements (in L/in³)

  • Arms
  • Biceps
  • Triceps
  • Forearm
  • Torso
  • Upper Torso
  • Lower Torso
  • Buttocks
  • Legs
  • Thigh
  • Calf