The Forensic Multimedia Unit was formed specifically to support the presentation methods of criminal casework by embracing technology and providing a variety of digital media techniques.
Through a variety of quality digital media, including interactive presentations and 3D reconstruction, the Forensic Multimedia Unit presents complex evidence types in a way that is clear, concise and easily understood.
We can transport detectives, lawyers, jurors and judges back to a crime scene instantly, taking them on an interactive tour of the criminal investigation without a anyone leaving their seat.
Forensic animation and 3D reconstruction can be used to aid a jury in visualising hard-to explain situations. These paint a picture based on forensic evidence and can be used to illustrate a number of incidents and examples. These can include anatomically correct 3D body mapping of injuries, vehicle crash reconstructions, and reconstruction of a crime scene and suspect's movements.