Body scanner helps you find the perfect jeans

Body scanner helps you find the perfect jeans

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Do you have a problem finding the perfect pair of jeans that fit just right? Well, don't worry:  Bloomingdale's has a solution. It is called Me-Ality, a jean machine that can match shoppers with their best denim fit and eliminate dressing room frustration.

I stepped in and gave it a try.

Radio waves bounced off the moisture on my skin and the machine took a measurement of my body. Then I walked out and got a custom printout.

You can refine your search by cut, style, brand, size price and color.

Me-Ality is one of several companies trying out this technology.

As of now this jean machine is just available for women.

Visit Bloomingdale's on 59th Street in Manhattan or at Roosevelt Field on Long Island to get your "perfect fit".

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