3D Scanning Identifies Facial Patterns of Autism

3D Scanning Identifies Facial Patterns of Autism

A group of University of Missouri researchers is using facial pattern data to diagnose the condition in children

Janet Burns
  • 27 january 2015

PSFK has tracked a number of the potential healthcare and treatment applications emerging from 3D tech trials, including organ modeling, designing improved prosthesis, and even measuring oxygen levels in infants. Using 3D scanners, researchers in Missouri have recently drawn closer to establishing a method for diagnosing a serious disorder in early childhood, even before its symptoms present themselves.

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