Return to the scene of the crime — in 3D
Over the past four years, Liscio, based in Toronto, has worked on nearly 60 cases around the world. Police use his reconstructions to test their theories of a crime. “You can start running different scenarios — what would happen if this person was a little to the left: would the trajectory still work? Or could the witness have actually seen the suspect at that point?” Liscio uses off-the-shelf 3D scanning equipment, such as the PhotoModeler Scanner made by EOS, to map entire crime scenes.