Intellifit was a 3D body scanning technology that used low power radio waves to construct a 3D model of a person. That model was used to extract body measurements. The body measurements were used to help customers find great fitting clothing.
While at Intellifit I was the VP of Engineering, responsible for all of the software for the website, kiosk and 3D scanner.
Check out some photos and videos below to see it in action.
One of our business models was to create mall kiosks throughout the country and partner with stores to drive better qualified shoppers who had a list of products in their sizes.
We worked with Levis in the US and Japan to help their customers find better fitting jeans.
We also designed a concept store that was like “Build-a-Bear” for women’s jeans. You could come in, get measured and then design your own custom fitting jeans.
My first professional job involved playing video games for 9 hours a day. After experiencing early signs of brain rot, I decided to teach myself how to write software.
My entire career is characterized by this “why not?” attitude.
I'm currently the co-founder of AppJawn, the software company behind the amazing recipe organizer app ClipDish.
I also help transform companies into product driven organizations as a fractional CPO.
On blog posts where I discuss products I may include affiliate links. If you click on one of these links and buy something then I get a teeny-tiny commission. As of this writing I think I make enough to buy a cup of coffee once every couple of months.
I don't get any paid compensation directly to write product reviews. I think that's pretty scammy.