A computer interfaced time-resolved luminescence imaging system
Murdock, Russell H.
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This thesis describes a time-resolved luminescence imaging system utilizing a computer interfaced gateable digital camera. The system is shown to be useful for the laser development of latent fingerprints on strongly luminescent surfaces. The system is optimized for rare earth chemistry suitable for all surface types and compatible with existing fingerprint treatments currently in use by law enforcement. Precursors to this system are described and lead to the motivation for the design of this present system. The system specifications are detailed and the operation is discussed. Other potential applications are included.