Body mapping, injury graphics (or injury modelling) for court, are an ideal solution for communicating the extent of an injury or to illustrate the scenario in which an injury took place.
The series of events around sustaining an injury is critical to a court case and the way in which this is communicated can make or break your case.
Body Mapping Experience
We have worked with many clients in both the public and private sector including prosecution, legal aid, private defense and commercial projects to effectively visualise the scenario using body mapping to accurately show the extent of injuries and likely cause.
Below is a typical workflow:
Body Mapping For Court Cases
Other common use cases for body mapping or injury graphics include court graphics for injuries that may cause shock to the jury. By using a graphic or illustration of the injury in court, it is possible to display the injury without the potential shock impact which is all too apparent with explicit photographs.
Body mapping helps to focus the jury on cause of the injury as opposed to the negative graphic impact of a photograph. By using 3D, any angle can be rendered into an image, allowing complete control of what is displayed in court.
We also provide highly effective 3D crime scene reconstruction services to help support your case and reconstruct complex crime scenes into short, high impact 3D animations for the jury to quickly absorb.
We are based in London and the Midlands with UK coverage and a confidential service.
Contact us now on 0845 833 2995 to discuss your case and how body mapping and injury graphics displayed in court can assist you and your team to clearly convey your case.
3D crime scene reconstruction is broadly used in court to visualise and reconstruct a crime scene using 3D modelling and animation (with supporting graphics). This helps communicate complex information to a jury in a clear, concise and engaging format. The finished video, animation and graphics can be easily presented in court via video screen or integrated into a jury bundle for evidence presentation.
Expert 3D Crime Scene Reconstruction For Court
We can provide interactive crime scene reconstruction, allowing the operator to trigger events on direction from counsel. The operators can simulate ‘flying’ through the scene, rotating, panning and zooming to provide clarification and detail for the jury to absorb.
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3D Crime scene reconstruction can be implemented in a variety of ways. Here at BR Consult we can advise on the best format to recreate an effective crime scene to be displayed in court such as:
- Video crime scene reconstruction – By producing a video we can cut costs and speed up production. This is a great format if time is of the essence. Where 3D is not required, video can be extremely effective to communicate a sequence of simple events from a variety of angles.
- 3D crime scene reconstruction – 3D animation and modelling are the most flexible and effective way to visualise a series of events in court and are truly limitless. Any camera angle can be orchestrated, along with realistic ambiance and characters. Close-ups, panoramic and birds eye viewpoints can be easily and seamlessly integrated.
- Interactive 3D crime scene reconstruction – This takes the crime scene to another level. As mentioned previously, users can pan aroun the scene and trigger animations at will. Zooming functions allow the operator to focus on key areas of the production and focus the attention of the jury
We also provide effective injury modelling / Body mapping to illustrate injuries in court. By using 3D to recreate an injury, the jury can quickly understand details around an injury and support verbal arguments around the cause. Please visit the following link to read more about our injury modelling and body mapping services.
We are based in London and the Midlands, with UK coverage. Contact us on 0845 833 2995 for a confidential discussion about your case and how crime scene reconstruction in court can help create a strong impact for your legal case.