Skin Image Analysis in Contact Capacitive Imaging and High Resolution Ultrasound Imaging
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- Mr Christos Bontozoglou (1), Dr Xu Zhang (2), Mrs Elena Chirikhina (1), Dr Perry Xiao (1)
1. London South Bank University
2. Tongjing Zhejiang College
Skin image analysis, capacitive imaging, high resolution ultrasound, machine learning, skin water content, skin solvent penetration, skin texture, skin thickness.
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We present our latest research on skin image analysis in Contact Capacitive Imaging and High Resolution Ultrasound Imaging. Contact Capacitive Imaging is a novel imaging technique that can be used for in-vivo skin measurements [1-3]. With Contact Capacitive Imaging, we can analyze the skin water content, skin solvent penetrations, skin texture, and skin micro-relief analysis by mathematical algorithms and machine learning. High Resolution Ultrasound Imaging is the state of the art technology, and can produces high resolution images of the skin and superficial soft tissue to a vertical resolution of about 40 microns . With High Resolution Ultrasound Imaging, we have studies the differences of different layers, such as stratum corneum, epidermis and dermis, around the different locations on the face and around different body parts. In this paper, we will first present the Contact Capacitive Imaging technology and High Resolution Ultrasound Imaging technique, then present the analyzed experimental results and discussions.
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