The above animation depicts a drivers point of view while travelling down the road at 50km/h and 30 km/h. The ability to experiment with different factors is an efficient way to identify and evaluate spatial and timing issues. If the theory of opposing counsel is known, it too can be previewed and evaluated. This is a very powerful tool which can provide insight into the strategy of the opposition and allow you to identify and… read more →
The use of digital video evidence is rapidly increasing in litigation. Precise reconstruction of accident scenes is possible using video footage from sources such as traffic cameras, security videos, vehicle “dash-cams” and even smartphones. The spatial information of any object seen in the video footage (including the camera itself) can be extracted for analysis, providing data for precise calculations of speed, motion, time and distance.
Manufacturer Part Replacement A computer animation recreates events and demonstrates concepts that tend to be difficult to grasp any other way. Complex processes and occurrences are distilled to a precise, clear and specific sequence of events, enhancing the ability to understand and evaluate the evidence. For example, a mechanical failure can be viewed in detail and with magnification as desired. Objects can be cross-sectioned, rotated, and viewed from any angle, enabling in-depth examination of otherwise… read more →
Based in Vancouver BC, Visido Imaging specializes in 3D documentation, computer animation and spatial data analysis services for the legal industry. Our clients are among the leading firms in the country. 3D technology can help identify key issues and clarify your understanding of the case. We have experience assisting legal professionals with accident reconstruction, personal injury matters and insurance claims. Cutting-edge 3D laser scanning data (LIDAR) is utilized to reconstruct highly accurate digital models –… read more →
Animation of motor vehicle accident. Recreations of accident can beviewed from several different viewpoints including overhead views, drivers viewpoints and witness viewpoints.
Volar Distal Radial Plate Radius fractures are among the most common and most commonly treated fractures. The animation in the video clip illustrates volar plating a wrist fracture.