Startup scanner developer Cherry Imaging (Tel Aviv, Israel) said it will launch its high-resolution technology for aesthetic applications on both the face and body at the American Academy of Dermatology conference this week in Washington, D.C.
The company’s lightweight, handheld, skin morphology scanner captures thousands of 3D images from multiple field views and multiple angles, with no lighting adjustments or special angling. Designed to precisely and accurately measure the skin before and after aesthetic medical treatments, the platform uses proprietary software to measure changes in the skin — from scars, fillers, and Botox, to body shaping, cellulite treatments, skin rejuvenation, and pigmentation. The software then analyzes the data, providing the doctor with feedback for comparable analyses over time.
Cherry Imaging recently won 1st prize at the International Master Course on Aging Science (IMCAS) conference in Paris after presenting its technology alongside 15 medical startups to industry leaders, venture capitalists, and physicians. The company said it plans to expand the applications to include clinical dermatology and release a new version of its software that will enable access from any location and platform, such as an iPad or smartphone.
Cherry Imaging was founded in 2014 as part of the Alon MedTech incubator in Yokneam, Israel. It is in early commercial sales in the U.S., Japan, and other markets.