Technology is advancing at unprecedented rates and 3D laser scanning is no exception. In this episode, Justin Holderness interviews Shannon Trammell of Riegl USA to talk about their new product and what effect it is having on traffic and secondary accidents.
Dr. Peter Weinberg has spent the past 20 + years studying the details of psychology. He has spent the last 10+ years as a Trial Consultant and has worked with some of the top tier trial attorneys and expert witnesses throughout the US. Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness discusses his experience working… read more →
In a world of cell phones, google glasses, dash cams and traffic cams, we have access to detailed information. This information allows forensic engineers and attorneys to better understand their cases. Justin Holderness and Nathan Rose discuss video analysis and how it is now can be applied to accident cases… read more →
In this episode of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table, Justin Holderness sits down with Senior Forensic Animator Toby Terpstra to discuss lens distortion, how it can affect the physics of a case and the research he has conducted regarding lens distortion. If you would like to learn more, email Toby… read more →
Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness, and Nathan Rose discuss Nathan’s book on motorcycle accident reconstruction.
Senior Forensic Animator, David Hessel discusses pixel tracking techniques used to determine velocities of moving objects within a video. Video Transcription I wanted to try and find a quick, but accurate way of getting speeds of vehicles. Pixel tracking is a technique where you track a pattern of pixels across… read more →
Read Kineticorp‘s SAE research papers about lens distortion: 2017-01-1422 2011-01-0286 Video Transcription (Toby Terpstra) Whenever we’re talking about photogrammetry, accuracy is always a consideration for us, regardless of the project. We want to know that the solutions—the photogrammetric solutions are accurate such that we can take measurements out of those… read more →
The information you can get from an event data recorder (EDR) has helped innovate vehicle safety technology but it is also very useful when it comes to reconstructing accidents. In this episode of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table, Justin Holderness and Will Bortles discuss Will’s EDR research.
Video Transcription Nathan Rose on EDR Literature: You’ll often hear accident reconstructionists talking about EDRs and that just simply stands for “event data recorder.” As accident reconstructionists, we’re very interested in that data because we can use it in our reconstruction. So, it’s really a matter of the manufacturers giving… read more →
Video Transcription Nathan Rose: Often times, we are asked to analyze how a vehicle interacted with a highway barrier. We can think of them in three general categories. One would be cable barrier. Another would be w-beam guardrail. And then, finally, concrete center median barrier or concrete barrier off the… read more →