FSc406H5 - Introduction to 3D Crime Scene Mapping & Reconstruction

CSI House 3D Rendering

This course introduces students to both standard and innovative methods of documenting, mapping, analyzing, and visualizing/reconstructing a crime scene for investigative purposes, including: total stations; laser scanners; panoramic images; and photogrammetry. Course topics range from basic measurement theory and statistics, to legal considerations such as admissability and preparing courtroom-ready visualizations. Students will learn to use forensic mapping software to create courtroom-ready graphics.

[12L, 24P]

Prerequisite: FSc300H5, FSc302H5
(Priority given to Forensic Science Specialists and Majors)
 

 


Eugene Liscio

 

U of Toronto launches 3D forensics course

"It's going to be the first of its kind, as far as I know," said Eugene Liscio, head of 3D forensics firm AI2-3D and the incoming president of the IAFSM. "There are workshops and other things that you can go to, but nothing in the academic world that I know of."

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