The mobile high-resolution 3D-Scanner is designed to be used directly at crime scenes by crime scene investigators to record impression traces. The scanning technique is based on “fringe projection” combined with high resolution colour images. This technical approach enables the calculation of a highly resolved 3D point cloud of the measurement area.
Quadpod scanning with the 3D-Scanner
Handheld scanning with the 3D-Scanner
Reference: Plaster model creation
Left: pure 3D-data; center: 3D data with projected height map; right: high resolution colour data mapped onto 3D data
Functionalities for measuring, annotating, drawing and creating cross sections
3D impressions overlapped – user can vary transparency
Integrated analysis tool for class characteristics, RAQs and comparison
The 3D analysis software is used by forensic identification experts in the laboratory or office. Once the data from the 3D-Scanner has been uploaded to the analysis software, it is first prepared for the subsequent analysis phase. Different shading variants are calculated which are later used to emphasise marks in the 3D-data.