The upward thrust of the scientific selfie


 

 

OF THE hundreds of thousands of photographs shared online each day, which most faithfully represents their topics? The familiar #nofilter hashtag would imply it’s these that haven’t been digitally altered. But pictures of the same element can differ enormously, depending on ambient mild and the space and attitude they have been taken from. So the correct manipulation can make an image more sincere—and hence more valuable for medical applications.

That is the idea at the back of an app from In shape.io, an Israeli enterprise. Dip.io, as this app is conventional, uses cellular-phone cameras for scientific-grade urine evaluation. The affected person follows the directions, waits for the colours on the dipstick to develop after which takes an image of it towards the history of a proprietary colour card. The app uses the cardboard to appropriate the colours in order that the dipstick seems as if in a impartial, standard ambient mild. The outcomes is then analyzed immediately, in mild of the affected person’s medical historical past. If this evaluation suggests a session or prescription is required, that can even be organized immediately.

 

The first urine-dipstick examine became developed in 1956, to search for glucose,…Continue studying

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