Interactive 3D takes static or animated 3D to another level. It allows a 3D scene to come to life as the jury can be ‘walked’ through the environment, look through the eyes of a witness/defendant position, explore a crime scene or view detailed and animated 3D injury models.
Interactive 3D is a highly effective visual aid in demonstrating a particular theory, process or event and communicating complex evidence in a courtroom.
By being able to actually walk through a building, pan around the scene or object, open doors, zoom in/out or trigger animated processes, the jury is heavily engaged in the scene – commanding a much higher impact presentation.
The team at BR Consult have implemented this new technology in various trials in order to show witness viewpoints, expert witness evidence, blood distribution, interactive exhibits and other complex evidence.