System to Visualize, Measure and Track Skin Abnormalities

  • System analyzes skin abnormalities/wounds and renders a 3D image, measurements
  • Takes complex measures such as perimeter and surface area on non-parametric surfaces as well as linear simple measures (length, width, depth)
  • Enables prediction of wound healing simulation based on perimeter and surface

Abstract
Researchers at the University of Central Florida and the New Jersey Institute of Technology have developed dermatology software that scans and recreates 3D models of skin abnormalities including but not limited to any type of wounds and pressure injuries. It can be used to visualize and measure wounds and to track wound progression and healing. In addition, the software can also be used as a medical training tool to evaluate pressure injuries and wounds. While there are similar technologies available, this system is capable of assessing, measuring, and reproducing the wound perimeter and surface area with measures along the surface/3D shape of the wound.

Partnering Opportunity

The research team is seeking partners for licensing and/or research collaboration.

Stage of Development

Prototype available.