Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Depth Boundaries - latent print and shoe mark image development

I'm excited about using PercepTool2 on latent prints and shoe marks.

In any experiment, you start with a null hypothesis and an alternative hypothesis. In this case, the null would be that PercepTool2 will not dramatically clarify a latent print and/or shoe mark image. The alternative will thus be that PercepTool2 will dramatically clarify a latent print and/or shoe mark image.

I think we'll find that PercepTool2's work on edge enhancements, framework, and tonal articulation will be amazing. Am I biassed? No - just excited.

Enjoy.

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