Real-life CSI? Forensics new gadget helps bust criminals
from ONE News
New Zealand's leading forensic agency has revealed its latest crime fighting tool, and it's taken it one step closer to a real-life version of CSI. The $70,000 3-D scanner "sends out a laser that bounces off all surfaces in the room," digitally recreating a crime scene up to 130 metres away. It also produces a 3-D photograph. "It leaves no question as to where an item was placed when the crime scene was first discovered," Jason Barr, a forensic scientist at the Institute of Environmental Science and Research told ONE News.
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