Abstract

Possibilities to map skin chromophores using a modified low-cost digital video-microscope is discussed. The device comprises CMOS digital imaging sensor, four-colour LED illumination system and image acquisition optics. The main goal is to obtain a set of spectral images of the skin area of interest for further conversion into maps of the main skin chromophores

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