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re: Using color sensors to diagnose skin diseases
JENCOLOR   4/10/2013 9:16:02 AM
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Yes, JENCOLOR is a Trademark of MAZeT for all our Sensors and Systems base on that technology for Color Measurement and/or Spectral Analyze. I'm Frank Krumbein and Product Manager for JENCOLOR Sensors ad Systems and/or resposible for key customers. I'll try to contact you - thanks. Frank Krumbein, MAZeT Jena/Germany krumbein@mazet.de

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EZCO   4/9/2013 7:30:22 PM
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As a technology company that develops sensors for Medical apps, we are definitely interested in developing a product that utilizes this technology. Please contact us if you are Frank Krumbein, Mazet. Thanks J.Pamelia, CEO EZCO Surprise, AZ

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re: Using color sensors to diagnose skin diseases
JENCOLOR   4/8/2013 11:14:29 AM
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We like also this comment, you are right. It's always the same problem. I only used this application for skin measurement because in history often spectrometer were used for this and actally we make such designs. So our sensors help in this or other applications to make a system smaller, faster and cheaper in case of the sensor fulfill the customer requirements.

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JENCOLOR   4/8/2013 11:08:21 AM
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You are right and I'm honest, I like your comment. In the moment we offer this technology preferably for customized projects with MAZeT. So please contact us to start the activities and implement the sensor into your new device.

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re: Using color sensors to diagnose skin diseases
JENCOLOR   4/8/2013 11:00:11 AM
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The costs and prices for these sensors are highly dependent on the number of units. But they are in the lower 2-digit range(of dollars and / or EURO). Thus, the prices for these spectral sensors are between the typical low-cost sensor (RGB) and an OEM spectrometer. A calibration for such sensors is possible but also depends on the application and/or light source, target and specified accuracy. We support this process of calibration by simulation and optimization. Please contact our sales team or me for more details. I like the idea of a plug-off module for iPhone and we will welcome each company which wants to do it with us.

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IDontUseTheForumSoWhyAmIForc   4/4/2013 7:03:21 PM
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For years, multi-spectral imagery has been used in agriculture, forestry, water analysis and mining to name a few. If you consider human biology as merely an extension of plant biology then it makes you wonder why this application wasn't thought of years ago. The skin reflects, refracts & absorbs light frequencies using the same principles as plants, water & earth. I'd say it's a no-brainer.

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daleste   4/4/2013 2:37:08 AM
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This can be great technology. It all depends on how the medical industry implements this. It could be really great for us, or it could be just another way the medical industry can make a buck.

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DrQuine   4/4/2013 12:17:58 AM
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Affordable spectral analysis has many applications; what price point will this technology support? How will the unit be calibrated to maintain accuracy through the life cycle? A clever attachment for an iPhone could go far...



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