May 28, 2024

Triangulate Labs has entered into a know-how license agreement with Mayo Clinic to advance its skin imaging and diagnostics technology. Skinmap™, Triangulate Labs’ AI-powered Total Body Photography (TBP) system, was created to provide fast, low-cost image acquisition and change visualization designed to help clinicians find skin cancers more accurately, easily, and quickly.

Skinmap captures hundreds of high-resolution images of a patient’s skin using a mobile device in less than 60 seconds. Skinmap’s patented algorithms register each collected image pixel to its location on the body, providing means to navigate a detailed 3D map of the skin. Skin changes appear to flicker in Skinmap’s blink comparator, making them easy to see.

Mayo Clinic’s expertise in the use of TBP to improve healthcare, the use of artificial intelligence in medical devices, and the care for remote and disadvantaged populations will be important assets to further develop Skinmap’s capabilities.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with such talented faculty who show amazing dedication to patient care and enthusiasm for the research needed to make care even better,” said Dr. William Hall, Co-Founder of Triangulate Labs.

Under the terms of the agreement, Mayo Clinic will provide know-how to Triangulate Labs for their Skinmap product. The intent is to accelerate further innovation in developing solutions to improve clinical workflow, enhance remote collaboration, simplify total body photography, and remove barriers to patient access.

About Triangulate Labs
Triangulate Labs is an AI and computer vision company with a mission to help dermatologists find and cure skin cancer earlier. Their flagship product, Skinmap, seamlessly integrates into clinical practices with its efficient and economical skin digitization tool. For further details, visit

Mayo Clinic has a financial interest in the technology referenced in this press release. Mayo Clinic will use any revenue it receives to support its not-for-profit mission in patient care, education and research.


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