Despite the availability of non-invasive, more user-independent, and objective approaches nowadays, many clinical diseases that impact the microcirculation of the skin are still diagnosed and monitored solely by observational methods.
The adoption of these methodologies in a clinical setting has been impeded by a number of problems, including limited portability, high cost, a lack of robustness, and non-specificity of findings.
The Global Epidermal imaging system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Aesthetic and skin care consultations are considerably improved by the 7th Generation VISIA Skin Analysis System. A newly created capture module seamlessly spins around the object, substantially streamlining the photographing process and improving customer comfort.
New software enables quicker image capture, as well as automatic classification of skin type and more accurate facial feature detection.
The live image overlay and multi-point positioning technology of VISIA make it simple to take perfectly registered pictures that can be used to track development over time. Left, right, and frontal facial shots are simply captured via a rotating capture module.
Surface and subsurface skin conditions are recorded and measured using IntelliFlash, cross-polarized, and UV lighting.
The most comprehensive data set for assessing and analysing sun damage is provided by UV photography, which also includes UV fluorescence imaging to identify porphyrins.
With the help of Canfield’s RBX Technology, disorders that cause colour concentration, such as spider veins, hyperpigmentation, inflammation, and other conditions, can be distinguished by their distinctive colour signatures in Red and Brown skin components.
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