The human being is
born and grows and everything is changing in him except Ear print.
This unique print doesn't change from born to death.
print is not a new discovery in human prints in the world of
criminal investigation. It was used to identify criminals in the
early twentieth century, before the use of fingerprints. The thieves
often try to put their ears on doors or windows to check that house
owners are sleep or not available. This leaves an ear print on the
door or window. With the current difficulties in reaching criminals
through fingerprints, some countries get back to use ear print in
crime detection. Britain has worked in this system in 15% of the
crimes, as well as Netherlands, Switzerland and Belgium. A group of
British scientists have developed a new computer system that allowed
the identification of ear prints and match them very quickly,
instead of the manual way.
Ears differ from person to other in its shape, size and juts. There
is a method used to verify the ear prints. It looks like a telephone
receiver. It is placed over the ear to get the image. This machine
has a lighting system and a camera inside. The ear print is divided
into 8 parts.