After making a correct superimposition in the skull-face overlap scene , Skeleton·ID has a series of tools for evaluating the skull-face anatomical and morphological consistency.
Figure 1. Skull parameters (left), skull-face overlay with applied transparency (center), and with applied wipe (right).
t tissue data visualization Visualization of soft tissue data through cones. The size of this cone will be determined by the defined soft tissue study and it consists of three regions at the cone: in red the soft tissue distances less than those that can be seen in the soft tissue study are displayed, in yellow the data from the study would be above than three times the mean plus the standard deviation and below the mean minus three times the standard deviation. Finally, in green are the soft tissue thicknesses between the mean ± the standard deviation. To activate this option, simply select the “Cone” option in the landmarks mode option of the “Landmarks Configuration” (Figure 2).
Figure 2. Landmark settings (left). Landmarks mode selector (right).
Skeleton·ID has an “evaluation” tab in the skull-face overlay scene in which the criteria of anatomical correspondence that have been evaluated in the overlay can be noted. This tool allows you to have a record of the annotated evaluations, which can later be automatically transferred to a report.
Figure 3. Tabs available in the skull-face overlay scene.
Figure 4. Evaluation set creation options.
Figure 5. Criteria family selector.
Figure 6. Criteria selector within a family (left) and consistency degree selector (right).