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Rodolphe A Reiss, Demonstration of the Bertillon metric photography system, 1925. © RA Reiss, courtesy of Collection of the Institut de Police Scientifique et de Criminologie de l’Université de Lausanne. In addition to the two-metre high tripod, Bertillon’s system of ‘metric photography’ used ‘perspectometric’ grids which enabled investigators to calculate the dimensions of a particular space and the various objects within it