Forensic Visualization

Forensic visualization uses images and animation to assist in the explanation of complex concepts and events in a compelling, understandable, and memorable manner. Based on data from simulation, calculation, photogrammetry, photo/video analysis, laser scanning, motion capture, and other measurements, forensic visualization is technically accurate and defensible. 3D modeling and animation can be used to interrogate spatial and timing relationships as part of an accident reconstruction and/or biomechanical analysis. When photographs or video of an incident are available, reverse camera projection can be used to determine positioning and timing information.

 

OTHER AREAS OF EXPERTISE: ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION | BIOMECHANICS | DESIGN ANALYSIS | FAILURE ANALYSIS