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.BASF Tech Tuesday July 15 thumbnail

We’ll review the 2012 California Supreme Case of People v Duenas and its impact on the admissibility of computer animations. Then we’ll present 21st century technologies to use in the courtroom – or mediation, arbitration or settlement. Join us here if your a BASF member: SF Bar Webinar | 21st Century Computer Animation in the Courtroom


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