When explaining the details of an accident becomes difficult through words, creating a 3D animation may be the best solution. Once viewed, an animation can put all viewers on the same page as to the complex series of events which led to a collision. We can put a viewer in the driver’s seat, have them fly overhead, or see things from the perspective of a witness. We can show how we believe an accident happened OR we can depict the events as proposed by an opposing expert – often disproving their conclusions. Our reconstruction and graphics departments work under the same roof, so we have complete control in depicting the details of our accompanying reconstruction report in the best possible manner.
The following animation is a demonstration of our ability to represent pedestrian motion/kinematics and environmental conditions.