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October 23, 2013

3D forensics seminar to show latest in 3D crime, accident scene reconstruction



Attendees will learn how photogrammetry and handheld scanners can be integrated with laser scanner data

A 3D forensics seminar, slated for Nov. 4-5 in Cartersville, Ga., will introduce attendees to the latest scanning technologies and applications of 3D in forensics, and show them the most recent 3D forensic documentation techniques for crime and accident scene reconstruction.

The seminar is hosted by Eugene Liscio, owner of 3D imaging firm AI2-3D and also president of the International Association of Forensic and Security Metrology (IAFSM), and David Dustin, president of Dustin Productions, who has been creating forensic animations and 3D crime scenes for 10 years.

The seminar, held at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville, Ga., is meant to provide a “window” into the types of analyses and visualizations possible in crime and accident scene reconstruction.

Here’s what attendees can expect:

  • Learn about 3D Scanning in crime scene & accident reconstruction.
  • Gain exposure to the different laser scanning equipment manufacturers
  • See how photogrammetry and handheld scanners can be integrated with laser scanner data.
  • Understand the general principles of operation of most terrestrial laser scanning systems.
  • Gain knowledge on application areas such as bloodstain pattern analysis, shooting reconstruction and accident reconstruction.

All attendees will receive a certificate of participation. The cost of the two-day seminar is $150 and includes a hot lunch, snacks and coffee/drinks. Read more about the seminar and register here.

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