Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian says it’s implementing a new, futuristic way to diagnose skin cancers.

The Newport Beach-based hospital system has installed a state-of-the-art 3D imaging system machine at its expanding campus in Irvine, which along with its Newport Beach base, reports over half a million outpatient visits annually and revenue topping $1.4 billion.

The imaging system counts 92 cameras that flash simultaneously to capture a patient’s entire skin surface in less than one second. Hoag says this machine, the Vectra WB360, is the only one of its kind on the West Coast.