Visual Litigation Services
3D and Immersive Solutions
Virtual Reality (VR) is an immersive technology that is used to experience digital environments. Users can interact with objects that look and feel like the real world. VR offers an unprecedented sense of presence and empathy.
Law In Order is now able to provide a visualisation service using immersive 3D environments that can be used in many different legal contexts, including construction and property disputes, and accident and crime scene reconstruction in 3D.
Key Benefits in Legal Disputes
- More precise and accurate depictions of environments, scenes, and objects:
- 3D environments versus 2D photos.
- Objects have a sense of scale and the potential to interact with them.
- Ability to take accurate measurements in all directions.
- Move through environments and observe from different points of view (witness, victim, suspect).
- Create compelling arguments by using more engaging visual technology, to build timelines, overlay data and much more.
- Cost efficiencies over physical site visits.
How Does it Work?
Visualisation incorporates 3 key steps:
Sites and objects are captured using one or more of the following technologies as required:
A 3D (stereo) panoramic photo covers the full horizontal and vertical fields of view around a point. This allows the viewer to look around the photograph in all directions and explore the environment at each point of capture.
The science and technology of capturing accurate information about physical objects and environments, through the process of recording, measuring, and interpreting photographic images. The output is a map, drawing, measurement, or a 3D model of the real-world object or scene. This allows a person to observe and move through a photographic 3D environment, and experience it from any angle.
Stands for Light Detection and Ranging. It is a remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser, to measure distances within an environment and between objects. The pulses are combined with other data recorded by the system, to generate precise, 3D information about an environment and the objects.
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Immersive 3D environments are created from the captured data. Any undesired artifacts or effects in the 3D representation, can be cleaned up or removed in this step.
The 3D models are placed on a digital platform and used to construct environments, stories, and timelines that people can move through and interact with as required.
Contact us for a free consultation to discuss how we may assist with your visualisation needs.
Law In Order has partnered with Virtually There to provide this service.