Diagnostic Camera

Diagnostic technology is an important element in the healthcare industry as it provides improved workflow, physician productivity and time savings. This easy to use diagnostic camera by Studio Lama is operated by a set of buttons on the apex, as well as a double sided roller. This workflow solution allows medical snapshots to be quickly transferred, displayed on an external screen, or sent to another physician or department for further examination.

Designer: Studio Lama

8 Comments

  • Jimmy C says:

    I don’t understand the comcept. Where are the pictures of the camera in use?

  • Jimmy C says:

    I don’t understand the comcept. Where are the pictures of the camera in use?

  • anonymous says:

    so what is this, a camera? yeah those already exist. A camera with an email attachment? That exists too. Its called a mobile phone.

    In the UK at least all medical images are digital and accessible from any NHS computer by a physician. So how does this product actually improve on that system?

    Oh wait, it doesn't- like most things on this site someone who is good with photoshop has made something pretty without thinking it through.

    Designers are vampires sucking the lifeblood out of society, ignoring that the real advancements are made by engineers and scientists and just focusing on making their product as shiny, covetable and marketable as possible. Disgusting wastes of humanity preying on the greed of your fellow man

  • If you read the description you will find out what it is…wow.

  • If you read the description you will find out what it is…wow.

  • elecsz says:

    how does this product actually improve on that system? Where are the pictures of the camera in use?

  • elecsz says:

    how does this product actually improve on that system? Where are the pictures of the camera in use?

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