Device creates 3D images of wounds

11/13/2012 | Electronics Weekly (U.K.)

Eykona Medical, a University of Oxford spinoff, has developed a mobile imaging system that uses two cameras and four high-powered flash modules to create 3D images of wounds. Software estimates the wound's size, depth and skin tone from the image and allows color changes to be tracked over time.

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