Conservation Biology. Dec 2019, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p1448, 3 p.
***** No abstract is available for this article. Article Note: Article impact statement: Web-application development frameworks enable the creation of decision-support tool prototypes for actionable conservation science. CAPTION(S): Table 1. List of web-application development frameworks that might be useful for conservation scientists. Byline: Denis Valle, Kok Ben Toh, Justin Millar
3D printing -- Usage, Thermoplastics -- Production processes, Thermoplastics -- Innovations, Plastics industry -- Production processes, and Plastics industry -- Innovations
The laborious process of product development is changing. The evolution of rapid prototyping, 3D printing, and additive manufacturing will continue to affect the process for the better, developing accurate and [...]
Policy & Practice. June 2019, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p12, 4 p.
Government regulation, Company business management, Human services -- Laws, regulations and rules, Human services -- Psychological aspects, Pilot projects -- Management, Pilot projects -- Psychological aspects, Policy sciences -- Methods, Policy sciences -- Psychological aspects, and Prototypes (Psychology) -- Analysis
"I didn't know it would take this long, or what the next stepes were. I waited a long time and had to hurry to complete some forms before a deadline. [...]
Sieberth, Till, Dobay, Akos, Affolter, Raffael, and Ebert, Lars
Forensic Science International. Dec 2019, Vol. 305, 110006
Virtual reality technology, Interactive technology, Crime reconstruction -- Methods, Virtual reality -- Usage, Interactive computer systems -- Usage, and Interactive media -- Usage
Keywords Virtual reality; 3D reconstruction; Crime scene investigation Highlights * For the use of virtual reality in forensic virtual scenes require a set of tools. * Interaction and Modification in Virtual Crime Scenes allow for discussion of the scenes. * Already a small number of tools in virtual scenes support a variety of forensic applications. Abstract Virtual reality is recently finding its way in forensic work. The required 3D data is nowadays a standard dataset available in many cases, from homicide to traffic collisions, including not only data from the scene but also of weaponry and involved persons. Current investigations use these 3D data to replicated the incident and as discussion base for forensic personal. However, modifying the scene on a 2D viewport is often cumbersome due to the loss of the third dimension. Also to perform the modifications on the scene a 3D operator is often required. Virtual reality might improve this step by its easy use and by visualising the third dimension. This publication presents a variety of tools which can be used in forensic investigations. Additionally to the tools, examples of forensic use of these tools will be presented, showing that already a small number of tools support a variety of forensic applications. Author Affiliation: (a) Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Zurich, Winterthurerstrasse 190/52, CH-8057, Zurich, Switzerland (b) 3D Zentrum Zurich, University of Zurich, Winterthurerstrasse 190/52, CH-8057, Zurich, Switzerland * Corresponding author at: Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Zurich, Winterthurerstrasse 190/52, CH-8057, Zurich, Switzerland. Article History: Received 4 June 2019; Revised 6 October 2019; Accepted 21 October 2019 Byline: Till Sieberth [email@example.com] (a,b,*), Akos Dobay (a), Raffael Affolter (a), Lars Ebert (a,b)