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Jason Fries, of 3D-Forensic, Inc., Speaks at IRWA 62nd Annual Conference, 2016

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3D-Forensic Sponsors CAOC Annual Convention Masters Panel

It’s the largest annual meeting for the Consumer Attorneys of California and we’re pleased to sponsor the Masters Session. Join us or stop by to say Hi November 5-8 at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The session boasts an elite group of Southern California firms:

Masters Panel: The Complete Trial Lawyer–Skills You Need To Know From Beginning […]

By |September 24th, 2015|Blog News, Events|Comments Off on 3D-Forensic Sponsors CAOC Annual Convention Masters Panel

Ducati v Coca-Cola Truck Forensic Animation Technologies Analysis – Part 3

A Ducati 848 impacts a loaded Coca-Cola delivery truck. We were contacted within hours by reps for Coke enabling us to get on the scene and capture all police markings and skid marks.

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This narrated analysis was used at settlement when the demand reduced 15 fold. […]

By |September 9th, 2015|Blog News, Events, News|Comments Off on Ducati v Coca-Cola Truck Forensic Animation Technologies Analysis – Part 3

SF Bar Webinar | 21st Century Computer Animation in the Courtroom

People recall 68% of visual information and 30% of what they hear. Jurors, mediators and opposing counsel lean in when forensic animations/videos play. Why? An admissible animation clearly presents complex expert information or conveys events visually – in the graphic way that people best absorb information in their daily lives.

By |June 19th, 2015|Blog News, Events, News|Comments Off on SF Bar Webinar | 21st Century Computer Animation in the Courtroom

3D-Forensic to talk courtroom animation with the San Francisco Bar on May 19th

3D-Forensic | Computer Animation in the Courtroom

People recall 68% of visual information and 30% of what they hear. We’ve seen jurors, mediators and opposing counsel lean in when our forensic animations play. Especially when an admissible animation clearly presents complex expert information or conveys events with which the viewer can relate in their own life.

We’re […]

By |March 27th, 2015|Blog News, Events|Comments Off on 3D-Forensic to talk courtroom animation with the San Francisco Bar on May 19th