Welcome to the Aneval Virtual Lecture Halls. In these secessions we will be presenting a variety of topics ranging from ongoing research to new products to educational topics.
You can select your secession by rolling your mouse over “Virtual Lecture Hall” from the bar on the left and selecting the appropriate section from the pop up options.
Some secessions require enrolment, if you are interested in any of these, please contact us using the form at the side.
Aneval also prepares custom private lectures tailored to our clients needs. If you would like to discuss having a video lecture created for you please contact us.
Charles A. Steele
President Aneval Inc.
Blueblood Tracker enhances the visibility of blood residue for Forensic Specialists and Hunters.
Enrollment includes: Video Lecture, Video Demo Lecture Fee: Free
Fuming Orange: A new hands off fuming product with all of the ease of traditional cyanoacrylate fuming while providing fluorescent color excitable by a wide variety of examination lights.
Enrollment includes: Video Lecture, Video Demo
Lecture Fee: Free
Begins June 12 2011
AI Colors: Provide better color discrimination between you latent fingerprints and the background by adjusting the color of your background 2-3 shades
Wayfinder Trail Markers
Eco-friendly trail markers for hunters and hikers. Wayfinders are visible day or night, light weight and decompose after use leaving the forest as you found it. Send us a message via the customer comment form next to the video for information or to enquire about orders. Bulk orders for retail accepted.
Nano-Dispersion Fingerprint Development: Get the advantage of the solid color and opacity and minimize the effect of particulate interference by processing fingerprints with carbon black nano-pigments. Research funded under NIJ Grant: 2009-DN-BX-K196
Enrollment includes: Video Lecture
Lecture Fee: Free
Course Begins 6/12/2011
Forensic Uses for Plastics Coloration Technology: Unlike many consumer products, in forensic applications like fingerprinting, polymer color is more than just an aesthetic feature. It is a functional property that allows for the identification and use of physical evidence. Therefore, methods of coloring subliming cyanoacrylates, the resins commonly used in fingerprinting, are critically important. Traditional methods of polymer coloration have been employed for years. However, this lecture introduces improvements over the existing technology including methods for co-subliming color and the development of a pre-colored cyanoacrylate which maintains the sublimation properties of the base polymer.
Enrollment includes: Video Lecture, Research PaperLecture Fee: $5.99
Color 101: Introduction to Color Matching
Enrollment includes: Video Lectures, Training Experiments, Notes