DeltaSphere Technology from 3rdTech, Inc.
Create, Annotate, and Present Multiple Panoramic
Images of a Crime Scene. Fast, Easy-to-Learn, Easy-to-Use, Powerful, and
Complete Systems -
Camera, Panoramic Tripod, Software - for $2,495*.
Price Only. Pricing elsewhere slightly higher.
Focus3D Laser Scanner
The New Focus3D Laser Scanner is compact,
lightweight, fast, powerful and easy to use. It has all the qualities needed for
scanning crime, accident, and fire scenes - quickly and completely.
works indoor and out - scanning from short range up to 360 ft. It includes an
internal, high-quality camera for full color, high-resolution models. The system
is 'one-touch' simple - just set it on the tripod, turn it on, and push start. No
cables, no laptop or hand-held device. This system is now available from 3rdTech
with SceneVision-3D - the industry's leading crime scene capture, analysis, and
Download Focus3D/SceneVision3D Data sheet here.
Visualization & Analysis Software for 3D Laser Scanners
SceneVision-3D is the
complete solution for processing, measuring, and presenting 3D scans of crimes
scenes. SceneVision-3D is the law enforcement software for scanners from
Faro, 3rdTech, Z+F, and Riegl.
Seen on A&E's "Crime 360"
of Police Departments, Sheriff's Offices, and State and Federal Agencies are
using the DeltaSphere 3D Laser Scanner and SceneVision-3D Software to measure,
photograph, reconstruct, analyze and present crime scenes. Contact 3rdTech (see
below) for more information about using the DeltaSphere system in your
Architecture and Construction
Military Simulation and Training
Plus film and
video production, 3D marketing on the web,
video games - anywhere realistic and accurate 3D computer graphics models
What can SceneVision-3D do for your work?
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episode on Forensics highlights 3rdTech's SceneVision-3D software for
crime scene reconstruction - The NOVA episode, Forensics on
Trial, shows the North Carolina State University program IC-CRIME which
uses 3D laser scans and SceneVision-3D software to capture, and
reconstruct, a crime scene as a 3D computer graphics model. The episode,
which first aired on October 17, 2012, can be seen online here http://video.pbs.org/video/2290878958.
(The SceneVision-3D part begins around minute 43.)
Video Solutions, Inc. Uses SceneVision-3D software to Enhance Forensic Video
Analysis - Presentation at the annual Law
Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association Conference describes new
techniques combining video with Focus3D laser scanning data.
Becomes Reseller for Faro's Focus3D Laser Scanner
SceneVision-3D Software Bundled with State-of-the-Art Laser Scanner is
Ideal for 3D Crime Scene Capture, Analysis, and Presentation.
Announces SceneVision-Panorama - SceneVision™
-Panorama Provides Complete Package for Hi-quality Panoramic Walk-throughs
for Crime Scene Documentation and Courtroom Presentations
Data and SceneVision-3D Software used in Knoxville Courts - The
DeltaSphere-3000 3D scanner was used by the Knoxville Police Department in a
recent homicide case. See an article at
in a Virtual World: New Grant Furthers NC State's Work in Forensic Science
- North Carolina State University has announced a National
Science Foundation grant to develop multi-agency collaboration and
multi-disciplinary tools for forensic science. 3rdTech's DeltaSphere-3000
scanner and SceneVision-3D software will be employed to virtually reconstruct
and preserve crime scenes. Read the full announcement here. http://news.ncsu.edu/releases/csivirtual/
and more about it here. http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2009/11/27/technology/tech-us-videogames-csi-tech-life.html?_r=2
and here http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2356375,00.asp
and SceneVision-3D software were featured on the premier episode of A&E's
new crime investigation show, Crime 360. The detectives used the
DeltaSphere system to create a 3D computer graphics model of the suspect's
apartment and to analyze the crime.