Trial and Settlement Graphics
Utilizing data collected from LIDAR, THERMAL INFRARED, VISUAL SENSORs and much more. This method allows the ISG team to develop 3D meshes from point cloud and Photogrammetry processes. Incorporating these technologies into your inspection ensures preservation of accurate data for settlement, litigation, arbitration, subrogation, training and maintenance.
RTI 720°TM represents the next generation in trial graphics. Moving beyond fixed, linear animations. Explaining complex concepts could not be easier or more effective by giving the presenter control of a virtual environment. This program makes it possible to quickly adapt visual presentations during trial. From changes in expert testimony to a more powerful cross examination, RTI 720° helps you overcome the limitations of typical computer graphics.
Animated Tutorials visually explain complex operations utilizing visuals and step by step instruction. Animated Tutorials can be used as a Settlement tool, or as a Training tool.
Simulation is the imitation of the operation of a real-world process or system over time.The act of simulating something first requires developping a model. This model represents the key characteristics or behaviors / functions of the selected physical or abstract system or process. The model represents the system itself, whereas the simulation represents the operation of the system over time.
An Animated Reconstruction is the construction of the operation of a real-world process or system over time using collected evidence after the fact. To reconsctruct the operation first requires developping a model. This model represents the key characteristics or behaviors / functions of the selected physical or abstract system or process. The model represents the system itself, whereas the reconsctruction represents the operation of the system over time utilizing collected data points.
Graphs and Charts are effective tools used to display large amounts of data in an organized manner.
Schematic drawings visually communicate complex systems, processes and ideas in a manner that is easy to understand. Using a sequential series of schematic drawings allows your audience to relate complex matters to familiar concepts and experiences. Removing any potential ambiguity assists the audience to make clear, informed, and confident conclusions.
Illustrations portray your story in a single image to ensure that your audience clearly comprehends the case.
Creative uses of graphics can become a tool. Use digital lighting to reveal travel paths of particles or areas of exposure. Photogrammetry techniques extract information from the details found in a photograph. Line of sight, lighting information can also be presented utilizing graphics as a tool. This information can include measurements of objects, distances, positions of key evidence, damage, or other crucial elements.
Timelines offer a clear picture of chronological events. Timelines can be created in various styles and formats to explain your story and clearly define the facts of your case.