The Epsilon integrated technology provides both image and hydration data simultaneously (suitable for both in vivo + in vitro measurements). It differs from similar devices in its linear and calibrated response.
Equipped with 76800 sensors, the Epsilon can measure skin hydration with greater accuracy and flexibility than conventional single-sensor probes. Epsilon images provide a revealing visualisation of hydration distribution in the vicinity of the site of interest. These images can be processed to give quantitative measures of heterogeneity as either Standard Deviation or Coefficient of Variation (CV%), or visually as histograms.