Monday, April 03, 2006

Sneakers no good for crime

'It seems trainer designers inadvertently help detectives out by giving almost every new design a distinctive pattern of shapes and logos on the sole. Allinson's computer program examines the size and shape of a shoe print, as well as the arrangement of treads on its underside. Shoes with a plain sole, such as brogues just don't give enough for the programme to work with...' More


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