Visualisation of injuries for presentation in court uses photographic images placed on a digital mannequin to allow a jury to better understand the relationship of injuries in three dimensions.
Clearer depiction of injuries in time and space can assist with the communication of vital case narratives.
Timed visualisations of multiple injuries allow for easier contextualisation.
Bespoke shading and texturing from injury or post-mortem injuries allows for the highest level of fidelity with observed physical trauma. Age discolouration of bruising and fibrous texturing of scar tissue provide clear distinction between the timing of injuries.
At any point in the visualisation computer contucted images can be merged with injury photography to integrate the original evidence capture.