Forensic mannequin at crime scene
This forensic mannequin 3D model was created during a forensics training exercise in the Netherlands using the Artec Leo (HD Mode) with the Dutch Police ETVR team. The entire scanning process took just 5 minutes, and HD reconstruction was completed in a mere 6 minutes. The mannequin, together with the walker and surroundings, is documented in high-resolution color 3D.
Traditional forensic photogrammetry poses challenges such as scale determination and lack of 3D measurements, often jeopardizing investigations. The Artec Leo scanner, however, revolutionizes forensic analyses with precise submillimeter-accurate evidence and scene documentation, providing clear, defensible results and direct, quantifiable 3D measurements.
By employing these models, a range of forensics tasks can be performed: bullet trajectory, bloodstain pattern, and tool mark analyses, craniofacial superimposition, and many others. Not to mention how their effective use in court can make all the difference between a successful prosecution and the guilty walking away free.
After scanning, in Artec Studio software, it took only 30 minutes to process the scans into the detailed 3D model you see here. Examine the intricate details of the mannequin, walker, and scene—all captured with remarkable precision. Download this 3D model of a forensic mannequin to see for yourself some unforgettable results of the latest crime scene documentation technology in action.