The Styku is a 3D body scanner by Styku, an American manufacturer. Styku offers an easy and non-invasive body scanning experience. The subject simply stands on the turntable and holds the pose for 30 to 40 seconds until the rotation is complete.

Styku body scanner applications

This 3D body scanner is designed for professional applications such as:
  • Fitness and sports: 3D scanners are a great way for fitness clubs and gyms to keep their clients engaged via body metrics tracking and 3D visualization of their evolutions and goals.
  • Aesthetics: 3D scans are more accurate than 2D pictures, therefore they can be used in healthcare to track the evolution of a patient's body shape, composition, and posture.

Styku: how it works

The Styku app gives professionals the ability to perform a full-body scan, view 3D models, extract measurements, track changes in body shape, calculate fitness and health metrics, and much more. Once a model is created, the 3D body scanner advanced feature recognition technology automatically finds detailed landmarks on the body (e.g. hip, bust point, etc), which are used to extract circumferences, volume, and surface areas for various regions of the body.

Styku features

The Styku 3D body scanner comes with:
  • A turntable for the subject to stand on (maximum weight of 250kg).
  • Infrared 3D camera: a powerful 3D sensor extracting millions of data points in less than 30 seconds.
  • A lightweight aluminum enclosure and stand to protect the 3D camera. Easy to move and re-position for small spaces.
Here are some requirements for the computer plugged into the Styku 3D body scanner:
  • 64-bit dual-core 3.1 GHz processor or faster
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM
  • Dedicated USB 3.0 SuperSpeed bus & supported chipset
  • DirectX 11 graphics card with at least 1 GB of dedicated video memory.
  • Operating System: Windows 8.1 or above
  • Recommended: Touchscreen

Styku price

The Styku body 3D scanner is available for around $6,500.