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Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology

Volume  14, Issue 3(Special Issue), July - September 2021, Pages 759-762

 

Review Article

Evolution of New Emerging Multimedia Tools for Crime Scene Sketching: A Review Literature
1Vipin Sharma, 2Bhavna Sharma, 3Meenakshi Verma
1Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, School of Media Film And Entertainment, 2,3Assistant Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, School of Allied Health Sciences, Sharda University, Uttar Pradesh 244001, India.
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DOI: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21088/ijfmp.0974.3383.14321.49

Abstract

ABSTRACT
The documenting of the crime scene is a key duty that needs to be performed quickly, accurately and reliably and highlights the evidence that may be used to further provide justice for victims and to assure that offenders are prosecuted. New emerging tools and soft-wares are used for creating crime scene designs viz; Sketching, Photoshop, Illustrator, Auto CAD and SketchUp. These tools play a crucial role in recreating the facts and figures to help and prepare a meaningful analysis of the situation. This article focuses mostly on documenting a typical crime scene and noting any potential pollution that might have affected its original look quickly. To measure and record exact positions of findings and functions, a Total Station (TS) is employed. key message: Sketching offers various instruments for manipulating, viewing and working with your model. The essay will not explore them completely, but will present the fundamental tools for the creation, modification and view of a model’s sides and faces. Typical scene drawings and models give a twodimensional image of the scene (2D)


Corresponding Author : Bhavna Sharma,