May 12, 2014
The idea is simple: as the spots resulting from skin cancer are identifiable by sight, an iPhone running DermoScan can take a photograph of the affected spot to determine whether or not the patient is sick, not without first attaching a $ 500 special lens for a professional and accurate image.
With this in mind, it does not make much sense for an ordinary user to run to the App Store to get DermoScan, however, the value of an iPhone plus the USD $ 500 of the lens allows to take this technology to rural areas where it is difficult to travel to the hospital. , being able to save the trip to thousands of patients from remote areas or low resources.
via They create an application for iPhone that detects skin cancer – Wayerless.
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