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Mobile Phone Camera Based Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Measurements

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We report a wearable camera-based near-infrared spectroscopy technique for low-resource regions. With a mobile phone and LED attachment, we investigate the suitability of low-cost cameras in non-contact tissue oxygenation assessments.

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