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April 3, 2017

Three Exhibits You Can’t Have Without Forensic Animation

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1. SIGHT UNSEEN Perspectives play a huge role in many cases. Whether you’re a plaintiff or defense attorney, it’s safe to assume you’ve had to argue your client’s ability to see or not see an avoidable or unavoidable scenario. Giving the jury the ability to “be in the driver’s seat” is one of the most […]

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February 7, 2017

Cutting cost on 3D Animation – Animating in a picture or video.

Accident Reconstruction, Animations, Juries, Settlements, Tools of the Trade

One of the most common reasons that attorneys think they can’t use a 3D animation is because it costs too much. This post talks about where a majority of costs come from when creating a 3D animation, and also describes a specialized animation tool which can make animation budgets much more friendly. First, here is […]

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January 26, 2017

Animation is a key tool to help your jury “get the message”.

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Helping your jury understand the complex and repetitive information of your case can be difficult. Sometimes it can take hours to explain how a minute detail is a vital and crucial piece of evidence. What’s even more difficult is having the jury remember and comprehend all of the information you’re sharing with them. A picture […]

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January 19, 2017

Tools of the Trade: 3D Laser Scanners

Accident Reconstruction, Animations, Tools of the Trade

In the world of legal graphics, 3D laser scanners are a game changer. They allow us to perfectly replicate the environment of an event, quickly and accurately. It takes the guesswork out of the most difficult part of 3D modeling, measuring placement, distances and curvatures. Laser scanners are used to collect millions of data points […]

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July 31, 2016

5 Areas Where Litigation Graphics and Animations Create Leverage in Settlement Discussions

Accident Reconstruction, Animations, Settlements

It is often incorrectly assumed that creating an animation or graphics for a case is only viable if the case is going to trial. Over the years a majority of the graphics we have created are for scenarios such as a mediation that is essentially a structured settlement talk. Preparing an aggressive, state of the […]

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May 5, 2016

How Do Animations Influence Juries?

Animations, Juries

Animations are now a staple in courtrooms across the country. Thanks to the entertainment and video game industries pushing the technology forward, we can now create animations at a fraction of the cost that they once were. Animations are widely accepted into the courtroom by judges and (when created correctly) they are difficult to limit. So […]

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March 2, 2015

Forensic Animation Goes Viral – What the Bruce Jenner Animation Says About the Power of Animations

Accident Reconstruction

I was sitting at my desk reviewing surveillance video of a bus accident, enjoying a typical day in the life of a forensic animator. The phone rings – it is a senior producer at TMZ. What you should know is that an hour earlier my company posted a video to YouTube showing an animated reconstruction […]

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