Shoppers will know their sizes immediately by stepping into a scanning booth such as being developed at PNNL. A three-dimensional body image is printed out allowing the shopper to know specific sizes to match different brands of clothing.
Shoppers will know their sizes immediately by stepping into a scanning booth such as being developed at PNNL. A three-dimensional body image is printed out allowing the shopper to know specific sizes to match different brands of clothing. Paul T. Erickson/Trip-City Herald/MCT
Shoppers will know their sizes immediately by stepping into a scanning booth such as being developed at PNNL. A three-dimensional body image is printed out allowing the shopper to know specific sizes to match different brands of clothing. Paul T. Erickson/Trip-City Herald/MCT

Body scanners finding plenty of creative uses in U.S.

December 11, 2011 12:01 AM