Functional Classifications and Critique Methods for Litigation Support Forensic1 Accident Reconstruction Animations 960651
The increased use of video animations in litigation and the proliferation of companies offering them has led to concerns about animation quality. This paper discusses the types of technical mistakes that may be present in a computer-generated animation and how to identify them. Guidelines for creating accurate animations are given. A functional classification of litigation support animations is suggested as an aid to understanding their use in the courtroom.
Citation: Hull, W., Newton, B., Macaw, C., and Miller, R., "Functional Classifications and Critique Methods for Litigation Support Forensic1 Accident Reconstruction Animations," SAE Technical Paper 960651, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960651. Download Citation
Wendell C. Hull, Barry E. Newton, Christopher R. Macaw, Rex R. Miller
Wendell Hull and Associates
International Congress & Exposition
Accident Reconstruction: Technology and Animation Vi-SP-1150