A few small modifications to how you handle laser scanned point cloud data from a crime or crash scene can have a big impact on how the data is used in the court system.
In an era when misleading video evidence abounds, agencies need a source of truth that conveys objective data.
3D Forensic Specialist Vincent T. Joachim will kick off a career-advancing week of high-demand reality capture training at HDS University 2023 in Tucson, AZ, Sept. 18-22.
When you need to quickly capture high-quality, accurate 3D crime and crash scene data, there's one sure way to get it done. Mark Johnson of Visual Law explains.
Video as a “silent witness” is often misleading. Clean, accurate laser scan data overcomes misrepresentations by showing every perspective.
Explore the cutting-edge, high-speed reality capture technologies that make it possible to achieve the most advanced forensic reconstructions and analyses.
Explore a challenging case that demonstrates the significance of 3D laser scanning in forensic scene visualization.
The ability to create an accurate, measurable 3D representation of an entire scene in minutes is game-changing.