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18 May 2010 Comparison of spectral colorimetric measurements vs. color pictures in dermatology
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We studied scars and wounds depths and surfaces thanks to our interferometric fringes projector 3D scanner1, 2. Color information of a wound indicates its deterioration level. That's why the visual color restitution, as realistic as possible, is a highly important parameter. Firstly our acquired 3D pictures were color mapped with an image recorded by a RGB camera. The results were not efficient enough. In order to improve our technique and provide more precise information, we add a spectral characterization to the set-up. Before adding the spectral information and a realistic color mapping to the 3D measurements, we evaluate the performances of colorimetric measurements. The tests have been made on mice with scars on their back.
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P. Blain, F. Michel, V, Moreau, O. Vanhooteghem, Y. Renotte, and S. Habraken "Comparison of spectral colorimetric measurements vs. color pictures in dermatology", Proc. SPIE 7715, Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care II, 77152P (18 May 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.854477
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