Tracking down the culprit
Forensic scanner Eviscan
EVISCAN offers an unique process for non-contact forensic analysis.
The evidence is analyzed optically without harmful substances, with traces of the perpetrator automatically identified and saved. The contactless detection enables a undamaged trace or fingerprint and is therefore reproducible.
Consistent implementation of the Clean-Design-Thinking
It`s visible in the smooth body parts in the exterior as well as in the interior of the machine. The easy to clean glass table with integrated glass keyboard prevents contamination of the evidence. The integrated height adjustability offers lots of flexibility in the work process.
Red Dot 2012
As a successful completion of the project, Eviscan became winner of the red dot award 2012.
Statement by the jury
„This scanner, with its contemporary radiused edges, features an impressive, puristic exterior design. It conveys easy use and reliable results.“
He was also nominated for the German Design Award 2013 and received the special mention from the german design council.
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simplify the understanding of design Glossary
The term „aesthetics“ derives from the Greek aísthēsis meaning „perception“, „sensation“ and has been a doctrine of visible beauty until the 19th century. That doctrine mainly focused upon the laws and the harmony in nature and art. Colloquially, aesthetics is nowadays mostly as a synonym for „nice“, „tasteful“ or „attractive“. In science „aesthetics“ means the amount of attributes, which decide how people perceive objects.