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Our take on the effects of People v Duenas | Animations are no longer challenged science

People v Duenas graphicAnimations are no longer challenged science under the Kelly/Frye/Daubert microscope…technically when properly introduced, they have never been

Our take on the effects of People v Duenas 74 Cal.App.2d 846 (Cal.2012)

In People v Duenas the defendant fired at a police officer […]

By |July 20th, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments

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

Using Forensic Analysis in a “Battle of the Experts” Part 3

A Ford F350 careens onto a sidewalk after colliding with a Camaro pinning a bystander to a wall. The damages are extreme. Plaintiff’s expert presents compelling demonstratives showing the truck driver is at fault. What really happened?Wistia thumbnail ATT truck

If you ever want to see […]

By |June 1st, 2015|Blog News, News, Videos|Comments Off on Using Forensic Analysis in a “Battle of the Experts” Part 3

Using Forensic Analysis in a “Battle of the Experts” Part 2

Wistia thumbnail ATT truckFord F350 careens onto a sidewalk after colliding with a Camaro pinning a bystander to a wall. The damages are extreme. Plaintiff’s expert presents compelling demonstratives showing the truck driver is at fault. What really happened?

If you ever want to see how […]

By |May 18th, 2015|Blog News, News, Videos|Comments Off on Using Forensic Analysis in a “Battle of the Experts” Part 2

Using Forensic Analysis in a “Battle of the Experts”

Wistia thumbnail ATT truckA Ford F350 careens onto a sidewalk after colliding with a Camaro pinning a bystander to a wall. The damages are extreme. Plaintiff’s expert presents compelling demonstratives showing the truck driver is at fault. What really happened?

 

If you ever want to see […]

By |May 5th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Using Forensic Analysis in a “Battle of the Experts”

Creating 185 ft. of Fog Shrouded Visibility

We were challenged to build fog into an animation to recreate visibility issues. Also, we needed to accurately show a side view mirror view angle as a semi enters a roadway. Three animations and shots of the actual intersection are in this one minute video

The one minute video loads here: https://3d-forensic.wistia.com/medias/vrm7wj95bj

By |April 27th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Creating 185 ft. of Fog Shrouded Visibility

“What if” scenario in a comparative negligence case

A driver speeds at 80 in a 55 zone. Here’s an accurate animation over video presentation at several speeds prepared for the defense.

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This was an 80 mph accident where a truck pulled out in front of a car on Hwy 101 in a 55 […]

By |April 21st, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Premises Liability Cases Well Suited for Forensic Animation – Part 2

A patron falls down a flight of poorly lit stairs in a San Francisco club and suffers significant injuries.

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In Part 2 coverage of this project we work off laser scanning and computer modeling of the scene to identify code violations, […]

By |April 14th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Premises Liability Cases Well Suited for Forensic Animation – Part 2

Premises Liability Cases Well Suited for Forensic Animation – Part 1

A patron falls down a flight of poorly lit stairs in a San Francisco club and suffers significant injuries. Paramedics and an ambulance rush to the scene. Shortly thereafter the legal jousting starts: was the club liable? Was the condition dangerous?

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In this […]

By |April 7th, 2015|Blog News, Videos|Comments Off on Premises Liability Cases Well Suited for Forensic Animation – Part 1

3D-Forensic in Forum Magazine (C.A.O.C.)

I was pleased to be part of a stellar group recently published in the Consumer Attorneys of California, Forum Magazine. We discussed early mediation techniques, presentations and analysis from a variety of perspectives. As the panel strongly suggested in the article:
“In preparing a wrongful death case for early mediation, there […]

By |March 27th, 2015|Blog News, News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on 3D-Forensic in Forum Magazine (C.A.O.C.)