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A simple sparkler can cause significant burns. We used a hamhock as a proxy for human skin to show its burn potential. Top left image is 3D scan of a hamhock without a burn acquired using a 3D surface scanning system attached to an Ipad mini (part of the ImageIQ EDC Derm Platform). Top center image is a 3D scan of the same hamhock with a sparkler burn (red arrow). Bottom images are 3D surface scans acquired using a FARO arm, left image is the native scan, center image includes the segmented burn volume (green), right image includes a pseudocolored representation of the burn depth (look-up table scale to the right of the image). Top right graph shows the max burn depth across the length of the burn (blue arrow shows direction of the analysis).
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