Our UV Ultraviolet Photo Booth is more of a scientific instrument. Commissioned by Nivea, our specially modified camera is able to show the effect of sun damage on skin and the effectiveness of sun cream to block damaging UV on the skin. Two photos are taken simultaneously, one colour and the other UV, printed instantly.
We collaborated with Channel 4 and Stand up to Cancer to showcase the impact of sunscreen in front of a vast audience of millions of viewers during a live broadcast with our UV Camera.
We collaborated with Channel 4 and Stand Up to Cancer to showcase the impact of sunscreen to millions of viewers by going live on the show with Adam Hills and Josh Widdicombe. Stand up to Cancer UV Camera.
SMART SUNSCREEN VISUALIZATION: The device you require is our UV Ultraviolet Photo Booth which can detect sunscreen application, makeup removal, and skin condition. Our camera perfectly meets your requirements and assists you in applying sunscreen correctly.
A UV camera that can assess the efficacy of your sunscreen. You can check the effectiveness of your sunblock, a good sunblock will have a darker black tar like appearance.
Our cameras records two photos simultaneously, one in full colour, one in UV. Processing one photo with two images side side by side and prints them directly.
We believe we have the first commercially available UV Photo Booth for sale or Hire in the UK, if not the world.
Our equipment is available for hire or to purchase.
Although UV cannot predict skin cancer, photos taken by the UV Cam Multi-specteral imaging system speaks volumes about the consequences of spending unprotected time in the sun.
By Visualizing skin damage normally invisible to the naked eye, the UV Cam provides a powerful means of educating consumers about their overall skin health.
UV rays are classified into three types: UVA, UVB, and UVC. UVA rays are the weakest, but they accelerate the ageing of skin cells. UVB rays are more powerful and can cause sunburns and skin cancer. The sun’s UVC rays react with the ozone and do not reach the ground.