3D Suspect Measurement
The fusion between 2D and 3D data in Forensic application
With 3D Suspect Measurement, a suspect caught on on a surveillance camera can be measured using a combination of the captured data and a 3D laser scan.
The surveillance camera images can not be measured on themselves but when the image is combined with a laserscan which is accurate within millimeters, the image becomes measurable.
When the image is made measurable a virtual human or arrow becomes available. With the arrow a simple measurement of the length of the suspect can be done.
A report can be generated automatically when the measurements are made. The report is generated within the versatile PDF format.
All your scene objects are stored and available within this window. It’s easy to navigate multiple scans, images and virtual humans.
The images form the surveillance camera can be viewed in this window. The navigation is like any image viewing package. Very usefull is to project the 3D virtual human within this aera.
The 3D space is the area where the scans and virtual humans are handled. Multiple scans and virtual humans can be made visible simultaneously. When elements of the environment are obstructing the view, a limitbox helps in blocking the area.
Very usefull is to project the 3D virtual human within the image window. This way, it can be manipulated to fit the image accurately.