Terahertz (THz) imagers have shown several competitive advantages as a non-destructive imaging technique in many areas; specifically, for medical applications, in primary care, trauma care, and image-guided interventions. THz imaging offers a promising and viable path due to its low probability of causing tissue damage by the THz radiation. This radiation can yield extremely high-resolution images and move vast amounts of data quickly. And yet, it is nonionizing, meaning its photons are not energetic enough to knock electrons off atoms and molecules in human tissue, which could trigger harmful chemical reactions. Additionally, the low energy THz photons exhibit high levels of energy absorption by water. Accordingly, a THz imaging technology with a form-factor of a blanket that exhibits a lightweight flexible structure can be envisioned for many medical critical scenarios such as revealing acute traumatic injury (e.g., organ damage, internal bleeding, imbedded objects). This technology is also capable of rapid deployment in potentially hostile and dangerous environments. DUJUD’s ground breaking micro-fabrication process allows for a MEMS-like 3D printed THz detector to be the size, and even smaller than, the wavelength of THz. Our proprietary technology removes the need of employing the use of a thin substrate while allowing for high-density spatial positioning of the detectors in a 3D space, enabling high contrast imaging at THz range.