Making the Perfect Record: From Inscription to Impression in Early Magnetic Recording

Science Produced Gadgets

On the topic of forensic science and literary history, Ronald Thomas (1999, 6) highlights how “practical forensic devices . . . extended the power of the human senses to render visible and measurable what had previously been undetectable” while also “establishing criminal identity” in detective fiction.

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