Retinoblastoma diagnosis through Snapchat
Students from Miami Ad School came up with an idea that could help prevent retinoblastoma, a type of eye cancer that affects only children.
Snapchat recently introduced a series of filters and lenses that users can use to make more enjoyable your selfies. Precisely thanks to this feature, students (Dhanush Paramesh, Waner Almeida, Rajath Ramamurthy) from Miami Ad School came up with an idea that could help prevent retinoblastoma, a type of eye cancer that affects only children.
The idea to introduce a filter that would take a picture with the flash on, detect for the white pupil would then return a diagnosis. With the help of this filter, detection of Retinoblastoma could become a lot simpler, easier, and faster considering the wide use of Snapchat amongst parents and their children.
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