ModiFace Live app launches new 3D technology aimed at improving skin health
ModiFace, the leading provider of augmented reality (AR) technology to the beauty and medical industries, today announces the availability of a new suite of skin-focused medical AR technologies accessible through the ModiFace Live iOS app. The technology, developed with input from a panel of doctors, features live, 3D visualizations aimed at helping people understand and evaluate their skin health.
The app’s new medical capabilities include:
- Anti-Aging Simulator – This technology enables real-time video to be modified to show a more youthful simulation of someone’s live video. In particular, the technology simulates the reduction of nasolabial folds, sagging skin, wrinkles and dry skin.
- Skin Aging Analyzer – This technology provides real-time measurements, calculated 30 times per second, of the level of wrinkles, dark spots and skin roughness/texture.
- Dermal Scope – This technology provides the capability to zoom into a region of the skin and measure the size of different moles or regions using a dynamic e-ruler. This propriety scope is the first ever technology capable of accurate physical size measurements using a mobile camera.
- Hemoglobin Visualizer – This technology simulates and amplifies the real-time color changes to the skin resulting from the change in oxygen levels in the blood. Based on real-time data collected on an Apple Watch, the live simulations enable users to see dynamic skin color changes.
“Extending our industry-leading facial analysis technology to the medical industry is a logical next step for ModiFace,” said Dr. Parham Aarabi, Founder and CEO of ModiFace. “Our decades of experience analyzing skin provides a unique insight on how to effectively implement this technology. At the same time, the rigorous and detailed skin analysis will provide better insights into how to make skin healthier and rejuvenated.”
The new technology suite builds upon ModiFace’s extensive experience in providing simulation and skin-analysis technologies to medical and skin-care brands including Valeant, Allergan, Galderma and Vichy.