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3D Visualizations

Three-dimensional visualizations are based on factual evidence and physics models. They are used to express the real-time sequence of events from multiple points of view and highlight key factors in the cause or avoidance of an incident. To do this, we take the vehicle or other incident dynamics and create a photorealistic 3D animation of the event. An example is shown below.

Animation 1 - Created by David M. Ingebretsen


An alternate way we create 3D visualizations is by adding 3D animated objects into real video. For example, we can drive a car down a road while taking video out the window and later add in with scientific accuracy an automobile, pedestrian, and/or other objects. An example of this type of animation is shown below.

Animation 2 - Created by David M. Ingebretsen

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