'Morphological imprint': determination of the injury-causing weapon from the wound morphology using forensic 3D/CAD-supported photogrammetry.

@article{Thali2003MorphologicalID,
  title={'Morphological imprint': determination of the injury-causing weapon from the wound morphology using forensic 3D/CAD-supported photogrammetry.},
  author={Michael Josef Thali and Marcel Braun and Walter Brueschweiler and Richard Dirnhofer},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2003},
  volume={132 3},
  pages={177-81}
}
Forensic three-dimensional/computer aided design (CAD)-supported photogrammetry (FPHG) plays an important role in the field of the documentation of forensic relevant injuries; particularly so when a detailed, 3D reconstruction is necessary. This is demonstrated in the case of a patterned blunt injury to the face of a victim, which injury was subsequently proven by FPHG to have been caused by a blow from the muzzle of a soft air gun. The objects to be evaluated had to be series photographed in… CONTINUE READING

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