Interactive Animations

Accident Reconstruction Case Studies

While animations allow viewers to understand how a crash occurs by displaying the series of events that lead up to and sometimes follow the incident, they can be limited by fixed perspectives, playback speeds, and more. By utilizing interactive animations accident reconstructionists can provide a more in-depth look at a crash by using the freedom of motion, timing and perspective provided by 3D animation software.

The Process:

Kineticorp’s President and Principal Engineer, Stephen Fenton, describes the process of using interactive animations and how they differ from traditional, rendered animations. The differences are better understood by a discussion of three separate case studies, with differing situations, and show how these interactive animations provide an immersive look at the events of a crash.

The Team:

Stephen Fenton

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