Lulu Lab's skincare diagnostics bring the results of noticeably healthy-looking skin closer within reach with its new camera implemented to detect skincare issues. The device is crafted to capture and thoroughly understand facial analytics with a single photograph. This technology was introduced at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada by a Samsung-C accelerator representative.
The 'Lumini' is a technology that utilizes a camera with many specs to deeper analyze skin for further examination. It allows for the system to recognize a more definite diagnosis of possible problems that may not be obvious to the naked eye. The AI operates on a mobile device, which then scans the surface of the skin and focuses upon the specific areas of problem and follows by providing recommendations accordingly.
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- By: Amy DuongJan 11, 2018