Opticom Data Research is a small company located in New Westminster, British
Columbia, Canada. We design, manufacture and sell health related products (hardware and software)
to dermatologists, university researchers and the general public. Thank you
for visiting our Web site.
Free Skin Mole Analysis
Opticom Data Research will use its MoleSense™
software to analyze and
compare your skin moles to 100s of skin cancer images available on the
Skin Mole Database
A database of mole images submitted by our
customers. The database includes information about moles' asymmetry, border
irregularity and dimension.
Skin Cancer News
Skin cancer news in the fields of
public health, science and technology, as well as an online skin cancer
MoleSense is a device
that measures and analyzes moles on
the skin. The software automatically
detects the border of moles, measures and analyzes
the ABCD features (asymmetry, border irregularity,
color variations and dimension) and records the measurement results.
You can use MoleSense with webcams and digicams.
MoleSense can be especially useful to individuals with dysplastic nevus
MoleSense has been featured on
USATODAY.com and Intel Corporation has cited MoleSense as a reference
patent# 7613337, Intel Corp).
Dermoscopic Image Analysis
Opticom Data Research will assess the risk level of a skin lesion in your
dermatoscopic image (high, medium, or low).
Skin Cancer Image Viewer™
Using a cell phone or a computer, you can view skin cancer images
from multiple credible Web sites (National Cancer Institute, skin cancer
databases, universities). Each mouse click (or button click on a cell phone)
presents a new high quality skin cancer image, selected at random from these
Web sites. Using the Skin Cancer Image Viewer can be helpful to people with
dysplastic nevus syndrome.
Please donate to help us build the largest online
user-contributed mole image database.
Even $1 is helpful.
FloatScope is a device for self-viewing a clear and sharp image of
floaters in the eye.
Eye Floaters Smartphone Application
This application can help you see a detailed image of your
eye floaters. The software displays a pinhole that can be pulsed and
change in size. Currently available for