Range Camera Tomography
The Range Camera Tomography technology is a non-contact, non-invasive technique for medical imaging. It is based on the use of optical tomography methods to shine modulated laser light onto biological tissue, then measuring the phase and intensity of scattered light using a range imaging camera. This method produces a three-dimensional image where varying light absorption and scattering represent different types of tissue. The technology offers an alternative to invasive or ionising methods for medical imaging.
The Range Camera Tomography method is designed for use in medical imaging applications such as:
- Diagnosis of diseases within internal organs
- Detection of tumors for cancer diagnosis
- Non-contact and non-invasive
- Elimination of the need for multiple detectors
WaikatoLink are seeking collaboration opportunities with research organisations and/or industry to pursue commercial applications.