Forensic Animation

Forensic animation - is a representation of an event in a 3 dimensional setting which is put in motion and is suitable for use in court proceedings. Forensic Animators produce the animation after obtaining the relevant facts from the appropriate sources such as witnesses, investigators, law enforcement agents, depositions and on-site event investigation. When completed the animation illustrates to the audience, visually, exactly what happened.

See the flow chart by selecting this copy "Steps To Prepare An Animation"

Forensic animation is a powerful tool and can be used in both civil and criminal cases.

In civil cases, animation can be used where there is an event  involving personal injury arising from all kinds of situations such as accidents/events involving vehicles, aviation, medical care, fire, defective products, slip and fall and construction defects.

In criminal cases, animation has many uses also such as reconstructing a crime scene or determining how a shooting occurred.

Benefits of using Forensic Animation

        A well planned and accurately created animation is more easily understood
           and more compelling than conventional presentation tools.
        A concise animation will effortlessly demonstrate complex concepts and
        communicate large amounts of information faster than conventional methods.

        Animation has staying power. Jurors can better recall what they saw in
           an animation versus other visual aids.

        Forensic animation makes your presentation more interesting and enhances
           your credibility.

When animation is an important part of your case.