Visualising the scene: computer graphics and evidence presentation

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Noond, Jez; Schofield, Damian; March, Jack; Evison, Martin;

In the UK forensic animations are becoming an increasingly important visual aid in courtroom situations, where complex data relating to a sequence of events is being visualised before a general public who may have little or no understanding of established forensic proce... View more
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