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You need to teach, convince, and persuade the fact finder in your case  Technical Animation

We can help you to communicate critical details aided by precise legal graphics and technical animation.  When you hire DI's team, you benefit from our expertise and experience in preparing trial graphics.

  • Expertise.  We are Ph.D. Engineers and Scientists. Some of our clients refer to us as their “pocket experts.”  Our knowledge frequently comes in handy when planning how to teach your complex topic to a jury through the use of a technical animation tailored to your presentation needs as an attorney.
  • Experience.  Each of our experts has worked with hundreds of trial teams.  We have been creating litigation graphics since the mid-1990’s and have experience teaching complex ideas to juries and judges.  Additionally, nearly all of DI’s artists and animators have been part of the company as long as the experts.
  • Process.  The way we produce graphics has been refined by nearly 20 years of experience.  We provide 24/7 availability to draft material that is posted in a secure FTP site, because ease of access is important.  We facilitate a back-and-forth process because it produces excellent graphics, and because it often helps legal teams refine the themes that will be used in the courtroom.  We know that's an often unanticipated but important part of our process. We know how to read patents, expert reports, and deposition transcripts and can extract the important points for your visuals.

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Review animations from previous cases

DI applies sound, scientific principles to every litigation project for a wide variety of case areas including aviation, biotechnology, construction, engineering, environmental law, ground vehicle, intellectual property, medical devices, and product liability. DI’s experience and expertise allow it to produce the most compelling and technically accurate images in the industry. Click the thumbnails below to view sample technical animations, or contact DI for a complimentary DVD.

DI created technical animations demonstrating how the addition of an electronic position sensor to an adjustable foot pedal was a simple combination of prior art designs.  DI's ability to create accurate 3D models of prior art proved invaluable in aiding the attorneys arguing against the validity of the KSR patent.  Because these animations were entered into the record, they followed the case on appeal, ultimately being used as part of the courtroom presentation in the US Supreme Court.

DI created technical animations to help counsel for Uniloc teach a jury about the authorization process used by Microsoft to prevent unlicensed use of its software products.  The jury found for Uniloc, awarding $388 million.  The U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island ultimately vacated the jury's verdict, concluding that the jury lacked a legally sufficient basis for the finding.

DI’s graphics illustrating DNA microarray technology helped Affymetrix’s attorneys present a courtroom presentation showing that Illumina infringed several Affymetrix patents. A blend of PowerPoint, 3D animations, and rendered stills from 3D models that DI created of Illumina's infringing devices were used in the trial that was held in the U.S. District Court in the District of Delaware.

DI’s animated tutorial made Sprint’s patent claims regarding Vonage’s voice over Internet service easy to understand.  The ability to effectively educate the jury through the use of this courtroom presentation boosted Sprint's experts credibility with the jury.  A $69.5 million verdict was rendered in Sprint's favor.

DI created animations to help Watt  Tieder attorneys explain how site conditions and the actions of a second contractor affected the foundation construction process for a new bridge in the Boston area.  Complex sites and sequences of events are common in construction disputes and these complicated issues can often be simplified accurately using 3D animation techniques.  Animations can bring much needed clarity to a complicated case.

DI’s engineering expertise and technical animation capabilities helped defend a farmer who was involved in an accident while driving large machinery on a public roadway.  DI's ability to quickly create accurate animations of the accident sequence allowed the defense counsel to effectively counter the plaintiff's inaccurate animations.  In fact, DI produced visuals that showed the jury that the plaintiff's animations did not adhere to the laws of physics.

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Professional Litigation Animation

Success in the courtroom relies upon the ability to simplify complex evidence and clarify legal arguments. Demonstratives, Inc. (DI) applies sound, scientific principles to every litigation project for a growing variety of case areas, including aviation, biotechnology, construction, engineering, environmental law, ground vehicle, intellectual property (IP), medical devices, and product liability. DI is the preferred provider of 2D graphics and 3D litigation animation nationwide.

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