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'Me-Ality' Machine Helps Shoppers Find Jeans That Fit Perfectly

04/13/2013 12:01 pm ET | Updated Apr 13, 2013

Are perfect-fitting jeans finally a reality? Well, at least they're a Me-Ality. The company's making waves in the denim industry by using body scan technology to find your "perfect" pair of jeans.

We heard about Me-Ality technology last year, and now it's arrived at Bloomingdale's locations in New York and California. The machine uses radio waves to scan your measurements and processes its findings through the store's inventory to find the pair best suited for you. Discerning shoppers can refine the search results by cut, style, price, brand and color. And try them on, of course.

We've certainly logged lots of hours in department stores sifting through styles that don't work, so we can't wait to try this "digital sizing station" on for size. Do you think a machine can determine a match made in denim heaven?

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