Roger P. Gibson, Inc 3D Visualization Team creates believable images that jurors will remember throughout a trial and into deliberations.  In viewing these virtual images jurors will be better able to receive and ultimately believe the assertions of one Attorney over another.  

Reconstructing a crime scene or the scene of an accident in three dimensions is an extension of current crime scene investigative techniques.

A 3D model is an accurate mathematical representation of the actual crime or accident scene. Sometimes building blueprints, surveying data or other site information are required to maintain the accuracy of the model. Since the model of the scene is mathematically accurate  the perspective is identical to the actual scene. 

A geometrically accurate 3D model is identical in perspective to the real location. Investigating a crime or an accident in the 3D domain can be an effective means to better understanding of how, what and why it happened.

This type of representation provides a means of investigating crime or accident scenes without having to revisit the site. 

Once a 3D crime scene is completed it will remain uncontaminated no matter how many people walk through it. Combining the attributes of a 3D reconstructed crime scene with the real crime scene provides an invaluable resource to understanding the crime. 

Once the 3D crime scene model is completed the evidence can be inserted into the scene as it becomes available. 

Our modelization platform :

  •     Illustrates verbal testimony
  •    Aids in the comprehension of facts and evidence
  •    Helps to visualize an event 
  •    Shows precise timing of an event 
  •    Provides different perspectives 
  •    Clarifies complex information
  •    Creates a unity of perception to your jury
  •    Obtains a better mediation position