South Korea's intelligence agency has been using a 3D-program to analyze the health of North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, according to South Korean Yonhap News, citing unnamed sources.
The agency states that the computer program is designed to analyze and record changes in Kim's body shape, through scans, to determine existing health issues. Seoul's National Intelligence Service disclosed details of the method, which has been in existence for years, during a briefing in parliamentary Wednesday, according to officials.
Kim is in 'good condition' despite a known family history of diabetes and high pressure, the lawmakers stated.
The 3-D program records, registers and compares known traits, such as the North Korean leader's tendency to walks with his hands behind his back, then diagnose body changes.