Whether detecting misalignment in a vehicle’s structure or verifying repairs have eliminated the damage, Genesis 2 computerized measuring system can do the job. Genesis 2 integrates the precision of laser scanning with a computerized data base for unmatched accuracy in collision repair and analysis. In addition to showing extent of collision damage, Genesis 2 monitors progress throughout the repair and verifies the vehicle’s structure is correctly aligned. Printed reports verify the vehicle’s structural condition by showing overhead diagrams that display centerline, datum line and datum height measurements. The Genesis 2 system measures on the principle of triangulation. The system’s electronic Body Scanner houses two rotating Laser Lights that project toward light-reflective Targets (each bearing a unique code) that are suspended from vehicle’s reference points. The Body Scanner houses two photo sensors that identify the angle of revolving laser reflections. This information is transferred to the computer which performs the triangulation and Target identification functions.