10. HUD: Screen for skin cancer on your smartphone
Total funds raised: $40,252 (102% of goal)
Ended: Dec. 2, 2015
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Hud was created by the San Francisco-based First Derm to help detect cancerous moles from home.
It is a medical-grade lens that attaches to any smartphone camera and takes photos of moles on a user’s skin. If used with the First Derm app, the user will learn skin cancer warning signs and can track changes in certain spots. The app allows a user to share photos with a dermatologist for evaluation as well.
To use Hud, attach the mount and lens onto the phone. Turn on the polarized light and place the Hud directly on the skin.