The ToolScan™ System by Laboratory Imaging represents a complete solution for forensic examination of tool marks. It is designed to provide live real time image and comfortable straightforward scanning of high resolution all in focus 2D and 3D images including photometric data. The 3D image is a “texture free” representation, called digital silicone casting. It removes all material-specific lights and shades and emphasizes the shape and height profile. Images can be saved into the database and shared via network. A full set of comparison functions is at hand for precise matching.
TrasoScan™ is a versatile system for examination of shoeprints, fingerprints, documents and other flat surfaces. Shoe soles and objects up to 24 cm of height can be scanned too using a close up lens. Objects as large as 66 x 49 mm can be displayed live on the screen. Larger objects up to 37 x 20 cm are scanned in high 1000 PPI resolution. The integrated vacuum table is suited for fixing the gelatine lifters, dust lifters and paper to it which minimizes surface distortions and reflections. The integrated software LUCIA Forensic enables to set the scanning quickly and save the settings to make it reproducible. The system is delivered with a set of customizable presets to make typical tasks straightforward. All scanned images including test prints and evidences are calibrated and can be archived automatically. Annotation, measurement, comparison, and reporting functions are also available. Images can be saved into the database and shared via network.
Designed to Examine Fired Ammunition The BalScan system by Laboratory Imaging has been developed for examination and comparison of markings on fired ammunition. Cartridge cases and bullets are examined, compared, scanned in 2D or 3D, and saved to a database. A special software application searches the database and displays a hit list of possible matches. The forensic expert has a full set of comparison functions at hand to confirm the match.
RI™ has been designed as a complete solution to forensic analysis of small glass splinters by the immersion method. The system was developed in tight cooperation with forensic specialists on glass analysis to provide precision, reproducibility, and high comfort of work with both hardware and software. RI?can be used as a single-purpose system or in combination with other microscopic methods such as spectroscopy.
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