What’s In a Graphic Display of Technical Information?
Understanding, clarity and comprehension.
Computer graphics and animation are invaluable in pretrial hearings and courtroom presentations. The testimony of an engineer or reconstructionist is scientific in nature and frequently complex. For the layperson such as a juror to clearly understand evidence, facts, and opinions, the information must be presented in a well organized and straightforward manner.
Informative computer graphics and animations provide the visual link necessary for a jury to understand the technical testimony and make an informed decision.
Bison Engineering’s graphics and video services strengthen and enhance the testimony of the expert witnesses.
Illustrations & 3D Animation Provide Visual Understanding of:
- Complex Plant Piping and Processes
- Real time display of test data
- Graphical Analysis of Failures
- Site Plans
- Equipment Cross-sections
- Auto Accident Scenes
- Technical illustrations
- Video Production and Animation
- Internal Workings of Complex Machinery
Display of Digital Computer Acquired Test Data
Displaying computer acquired data in a graphic animation condenses the large volume of raw data into a simplified form. This allows the engineering experts to analyze the data and determine the failure leading to the incident. This is also extremely beneficial to the jury for quick comprehension during trial.
The image show is a single frame from an animation that condenses over one hour of carbon monoxide gas test data, comprised of over 37,000 data readings.