UCLAN Study - An Unobtrusive Intelligent Multisensory Mirror

A University of Central Lancashire Study

Advanced glycation end products (AGE) are linked to inflammation and atherosclerosis and play a role in both the microvascular and macrovascular complications of diabetes. In this project a noninvasive, contactless novel technique is proposed to quantify AGE deposits in skin tissue. The technique collects MSI images during UV exposure from a 365 nm LED (Smart Vision Lights)

Read the full study at: Mirror mirror on the wall... an unobtrusive intelligent multisensory mirror for well­being status selfassessment and visualization