BiliScreen: a 3D printed smartphone device that detects pancreatic cancer by looking at your eyes

BiliScreen: a 3D printed smartphone device that detects pancreatic cancer by looking at your eyes

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed BiliScreen, a new smartphone app and 3D printed attachment that can detect jaundice in an adult’s eye. This could in turn allow users to detect early signs of pancreatic cancer and other diseases. You might have noticed it; you might even have used your smartphone to tweet about it: 3D printing is at the forefront of a quiet medical revolution, turning smartphones into portable diagnosis devices with a few low-cost additions and clever apps. We’ve seen tons of them. From Kansas State’s 3D printed device for detecting anemia , to Duke […]

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