For years, 360-degree cameras have significantly advanced the investigative techniques of law-enforcement officials and forensic scientists. Now, University of South Carolina researchers may actualize the next evolutionary stage in crime-scene analysis with the development of another futuristic photographic process. The University scientists hope to design an effective "blood camera" that could ...
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