Archive for May, 2012

Bus-Truck Sightline Views

This is a 3 dimensional example of a crash scene based on scene and vehicle field work depicting a roadway design that provided the bus operator sufficient potential view of on-coming traffic prior to the bus operator’s attempt to cross through the intersection.

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Treatment Plant

The CAD “camera” in 3 dimensional rendition allows unlimited views of an event.

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Road Profile and Sightline Views

When a reconstructionist maps the scene locus and involved vehicles with the intent to render the work in a 3 dimensional mode, allowing for single frame views and also animation of the event, the captured data allows unlimited views and perspectives that cannot be readily captured just from using a 35mm or digital camera.

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May 2012

Rick has just come back from St. Paul, Minnesota, where he completed a class titled Digital Photography for the Forensic Investigator, covering not only day and nighttime issues, but also close-up work as can be seen in the accompanying photograph of a finger print on a light colored surface.  Further course content dealt with:  The […]

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