Forensic artist helps solve cases by putting the right face on skulls

December 7, 2017

Joe Mullins, of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), has been leveraging the FARO® ScanArm to help scan and digital reconstruction skulls to approximate the face of a victim based on the 3D characteristics captured. This allows him to more quickly, easily and accurately identify remains.

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