Crime scene hatchet
Immerse yourself in this extraordinary 3D model of a hatchet, discovered at a simulated crime scene and expertly scanned using the Artec Leo with HD Mode. Providing invaluable data for forensics teams and investigators, Leo’s submillimeter-precise color 3D cameras deliver pristine scans.
To ensure optimal scanning results, the hatchet was positioned perpendicular on a table, with the blade clamped stably. Two scans captured both sides of the hatchet, achieving the best intersection of the scanned surfaces, by flipping the hatchet between the scans.
The Artec Leo scanner is second to none at documenting objects like this hatchet, as well as larger items, making it an invaluable tool for forensic documentation. Its ability to capture a wide range of evidence, from smaller objects to full human bodies, automobiles, and even small crime scenes and every bit of evidence inside, sets it apart from traditional methods like forensic photography, dental stone casting, and others.
After a 4-minute scanning session and a 5-minute HD reconstruction, Artec Studio software processed the scans into the stunning 3D model you see here, in just 25 minutes. Take an up-close look at the intricate details and lifelike textures of this hatchet, all captured with remarkable precision. Download this 3D model to see for yourself the kinds of 3D documentation results achieved by top forensic teams worldwide as they employ the latest Artec 3D solutions, revolutionizing the field to greater and greater heights.