Microscopic 3D Images From Inside The Tissues



3d images of inner tissues
The microscopic diagnostic probe system exploits laser to illuminate the needed area of tissues and capture 3D images of its inner side. The technology captures a number of images piling them on top of each other. The major element of the check out is micro-mirror, same as used in barcode scanners. A microscopic electromechanical system utilized behind the process allows the laser to examine exactly what is necessary inside the tissue. The team of researchers, who developed this technology, was funded by NanoLite Systems. This new system will tremendously help doctors diagnose oral cancer in its early stages.
Via: gizmowatch.com

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