A Blood-Analyzing Camera Rivals Dexter Morgan's Bloody Insights

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 16, 2010 • References: newscientist & dvice
You may not need Dexter Morgan's affinity for blood to become a genius blood splatter analyst now that this Blood-Analyzing Camera has been developed.

Created by Stephen Morgan and Michael Myrick, scientists from the University of South Carolina, this Blood-Analyzing Camera uses pulses of infrared light to distinguish blood from other false positive substances such as bleach, rust, fizzy drink and coffee. As crime scene investigation tools become more and more refined, I can't imagine anyone getting away with murder! Stats for Forensic Investigation Tools Trending: Older & Mild
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