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Generating Semantic Information from 3D Scans of Crime Scenes

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Generating Semantic Information from 3D Scans of Crime Scenes
Recent advancements in laser and visible light sensor technology allows for the collection of photorealistic 3D scans of large scale spaces. This enables the technology to be used in real world applications such as crime scene investigation. The 3D models of the environment obtained with a 3D scanner capture visible surfaces but do not provide semantic information about salient features within the captured scene. Later processing must convert these raw scans into salient scene structure. This paper describes ongoing research into the generation of semantic data from the 3D scan of a crime scene to aid forensic specialists in crime scene investigation and analysis.
Anna Topol, Michael Jenkin, Jarek Gryz, Stephanie
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CRV
Authors Anna Topol, Michael Jenkin, Jarek Gryz, Stephanie Wilson, Marcin Kwietniewski, Piotr Jasiobedzki, Ho-Kong Ng, Michel Bondy
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