After setting your camera on the ground facing you at the appropriate angle, you will observe an outline guide on your phone to position yourself to imitate. Raise both arms in a field goal position so that they are parallel from one another while positioning them to be perpendicular from your body.
After stepping back 10ft (usually around 2 body lengths), you will observe a counter count down 3, then 2, then 1. After the 1 count finishes, slowly spin in a complete circle with your arms raised and when done lower your arms and obtain your device to view your results.
Because there hasn’t been sufficient change to your body dimensions to obtain a new result yet. Try back in 24-48 hours from your previous dimension reading.
Yes. It is important to use ASizer indoors in a well light room, preferably near a light colored wall free of objects. Any background objects could get in the way of providing accurate body measurements using the ASizer app.
Due to factors such as camera capability, improper lighting, clothing, etc. Measurements may be thrown off. Be sure to take your 360 photo in an environment with similar lighting, clothing, etc. to ensure the most accurate results.
Typically, an iPhone 5 or higher will suffice.
Any form fitting clothing is acceptable. Wearing shorts and a short sleeve t-shirt is recommended.
ASizer can be downloaded and used for a 3 day period free of charge. After the 3 day free trial, we charge a small subscription fee of $0.99/month to continue using ASizer.
ASizer members are entitled to unlimited comparison measurements, participation in monthly contests for most loss/gain within specific body parts, the ability to download results and save them to your computer, and helpful tips on successfully loosing weight or gaining muscle.
Your initial session ends after receiving your initial BMI snapshot. You may return when you are ready to receive a comparison with loss or gain in individual parts of your body. For ASizer contests, return only when instructed to receive an accurate difference from initiating participating contests.
It is important to maintain the reference angle from one image to another to ensure app accuracy.