Accident scene photographs and video footage can be digitally reconstructed with a high degree of accuracy, Vehicle resting positions, skid marks, sight line obstructions and other relevant features seen in photos can be located and measured with precision to assist with analysis.

By introducing two-dimensional scene photographs into a three-dimensional computer environment, it is possible to locate and obtain precise measurements of any characteristics or features that are visible in photos but are no longer available at the scene (e.g. tire marks, road features, visibility obstructions).



When scan data is imported into a specialized computer graphics and animation program, the data can be used as a dimensionally accurate basis for digital reconstruction.

This means that any objects or features in the scanned environment can be modelled into solid surface geometry with a high degree of accuracy, using the scan data as a reference.