Yeah, they're basically full-body security scanners. You know, the ones they use in airports? Only these, called "Me-Ality", aren't used for security measures: they tell you what size and what clothing brands will fit you the best.
I saw this at the Watertower Place mall in Chicago, and I knew I needed to try it out. Plus, it was free, and I'm all about anything free.
You go inside, wait for the camera to swivel around you a few times, and then step out to receive a printout with your results. Here are mine:
The other person who was with me didn't want to try Me-Ality out. I think she thought that seeing what sizes fit her best would make her feel self-conscious about her body. Me-Ality did the opposite for me: it made me feel more secure, seeing how your size doesn't really matter: it varies from store to store! We shouldn't let clothing companies define our body images with little numbers--we have to be the ones to define our body images and be proud of them!
If Me-Ality came to your local malls, would you try it out?