This project is aimed at testing the performance of 3D optical acquisition and reverse engineering to carry out the contact-less gauging of crime scenes for their documentation and analysis. In particular, the study focuses on two aspects. The former is the “in-field” measurement and modeling of crime scenes.
The latter is the analysis of lesions, organs, bone tissues and skin wounds during the legal-medicine inspection.
The activity carried out by the Laboratory staff deals with a number of significant cases. A comprehensive summary of the experiences is in the references below.
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G. Sansoni, C. Cattaneo, M. Trebeschi, D. Gibelli, D. Porta, M. Picozzi, “Feasibility of contactless 3D optical measurement for the analysis of bone and soft tissues lesions: new technologies and perspectives in forensic sciences”, J Forensic Sci, 2009;54(3):540-5.
G. Sansoni, C. Cattaneo, M. Trebeschi, D. Gibelli, P. Poppa, D. Porta, M. Maldarella, M. Picozzi, “Scene of crime analysis by a 3D optical digitizer: a useful perpective for forensic science”, Am J Forensic Med Pathol, 32(3), pp 280-286, 2011.
G. Cavagnini, M. Scalvenzi, M. Trebeschi & G. Sansoni, “Reverse engineering from 3D optical acquisition: application to Crime Scene Investigation”, in Proc. Virtual Modelling and Rapid Manufacturing, Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping, pp.195-201, Portugal, September 2007.
G. Sansoni, Franco Docchio, M. Trebeschi, M. Scalvenzi, G. Cavagnini, “Application of three-dimensional optical acquisition to the documentation and the analysis of crime scenes and legal medicine inspection”, Proc. of the 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces, pp.217-226, Bari, June 2007.