“When an animation is done properly, it can show in a few seconds what no amount of oral expert testimony can get across.” – Morgan C. Smith
Written by our engineering experts.
“Computer generated evidence are not filmed or videotaped captures of actual events that happened in the past. Rather, they are dynamic representations of those event”
“Perfectionism is the belief that if we live perfect, look perfect, and act perfect, we can minimize or avoid the pain of blame, shame, or judgment. It’s a shield” – Brene Brown
“The animations can be summed up in one word – Glorious!!!” – Cokinos Law Founder on Fox Animated Engineering.
Work is more enjoyable when your mind is unburdened. Your focus is sharpened, procrastination is dealt with and productivity increases.
“Defendant argues against the use of animated video in his appeal of the judgment of conviction entered upon a jury verdict finding him guilty of criminally negligent child abuse resulting in death”
The use of computer-generated evidence in criminal cases can often be more problematic.
In some quarters, forensic animation has been considered to be a “figment” of the producer’s imagination. However, in the true sense, forensic animation in a court case doesn’t exist in a vacuum. It has no life of its own and its reliability depends heavily on evidence.