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Static analysis

1. Angle and grade

- Top 3 risk factors

A high percentage means a high risk.

- Use moire feature for body rotation 

(In case the shoulder degree on the front conflicts with the one on the back)

Yellow is the closest to the camera


blue is the most far from the camera.

(As 2 small images on the right are seen, the right leg has a bigger blue spot than the other which means pelvis rotation. Moreover, the yellow spot on the upper body is more on the left of the body which means shoulder rotation)

2. Musculoskeletal

- Bones with different colors

The higher risk, the more red it is.

- Fixing bad lifestyle habits

Click each colored bar to see 'behavior modifications and causes'.

It explains causes of imbalances and provides exercise videos.

When clicking the ‘Ideal’ button on the bottom, the current body status can be easily compared to the ideal(or ‘Now’) body posture without imbalances. 

(Certainly, there is no such person without any imbalances)

- Spinal misalignment

Shows the spine in detail and provides ideal spine posture as well.

- All the muscle status

All the details of muscles including name, tension and use are shown by clicking.

Buttons on the right show specific muscles.

3. Result documents

- Skeleton result sheet (basic)

The imbalances of the skeleton image, grade, imbalance details, muscle tension, and risk percentage for easy understanding at a glance.

- Risk rating result sheet

This sheet lists from the most concerning spot to the 9th concerning spot.

It’s great for setting the priority.

- Result sheet for experts

As the grid appears on the picture, imbalances can be easily spotted. 

Thus, it’s great for diagnosis and explanations.