Forensic Science Geek of the Week Challenge
It’s a stereo or comparison microscope. It is made up of two regular microscopes connected together with an optical bridge. In forensics, it may be necessary to compare samples to each other. Using a traditional microscope the viewer will need to memorize the contents and switch slides; however with the stereo microscope, the viewer can see both slides side by side at the same time.
It may be used in metallurgy, questioned documents, GSR, fingerprints, and trace evidence.
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