it is time to meet our iToBoS (Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma) colleague Xavi Palou- that is from data anonymisation and impact assessment to clinical trial design to Liquid Lenses!.
iToBoS (Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma) is an EU-funded project developing an AI diagnostic platform for the early detection of Melanoma and as you can see from the speaker line-up, it takes a wide range of expertise to make it happen.
Optotune will provide the lenses for the image acquisition system of the iToBoS full body dermatoscope. These lenses will be based on Optotune’s proprietary liquid lens technology that allows for fast (~20 ms) and reliable focus (+/-0.1 dpt). In particular, Optotune will develop an new version of the currently available EL-16-40-TC in which the new Gravity Compensation technology will be implemented. With this upgrade, the lenses can be used in any orientation without the intrinsic drawback of liquid lenses of gravity induced coma aberrations.
Around this lens, Optotune will design a lens module to fulfill the imaging conditions of the dermatoscope: a wide working distance range that allows to focus to different parts of the body of the patient, high resolution and aberration free imaging throughout the visible range. The final goal is to help provide the dermathologists with high quality images.
Finally, Optotune will assist the rest of the hardware partners in designing the camera system and in integrating the lenses.
To find out what Liquid Lenses are, what makes them so special and what their role in iToBoS is, sign up here https://lnkd.in/d43hPkwt to listen to Xavi on Friday at 11am CET and share the invite!
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