Join our free webinar, "How to Use Technology and Animations to Visualize Your Case", Thursday, October 11, 1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. EST. With the growing need for juries to "visualize" a case, there is no better time to learn about the latest and greatest technology.
Hosted by DRI and S-E-A animator, Olivia Barney, the presentation will go over the uses of different types of visuals and technology in today's litigation landscape. Visualizations can take the form of 3-D animations, illustrations, and stitched together laser scan data, to name a few. Virtual reality technology will also be covered along with the benefits that come from using it with animation.
Learn more about the S-E-A Imaging Sciences/Animation Practice here.
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