Regula adds 3D visualization tool to RFS software for advanced analysis
Regula has enhanced the functionality of the Regula Forensic Studio (RFS) software with a 3D visualization tool for advanced 3D analysis, available with video spectral comparators Regula 4308, Regula 4307, and Regula 4305DMH, the company announced.
RFS can now perform advanced analysis of a variety of objects including identity documents, banknotes, signatures and handwritten records, and paintings. The tool studies the object in white and infrared light sources and builds it in 3D. Light source position and brightness can be changed and controlled.
RFS 3D visualization mode can be used by law enforcement and document examination specialists such as graphologists to identify forged stamps or signatures, for example. With the new feature, users can get 3D versions of the analyzed objects, alter texture, scale and rotation angle, visualize pen-tip strokes and stamp imprints, detect stroke sequence and analyze the intaglio and letterpress printing, including blind embossing.
An optional piece of equipment, Regula 4162 is a portable 3D visualizer for advanced 3D analysis that uses 30 white and 60 infrared LEDs to enhance image accuracy.
In June, Regula‘s document reader SDK was integrated with a new mobile app to boost border control efficiency in Portugal.