Visual Exhibits

Visual Exhibits

Visual Exhibits

Communication of our results, whether to a jury, an insurance agent, or an industrial manager, is as important as the numbers themselves. What good are the results of a complicated engineering analysis if nobody understands them?

By presenting our findings on an elementary level, we educate the audience on the subject at hand so that they fully comprehend our analysis and conclusions. Computer-based slide shows are ideal for this process and are a staple of our final product.

Computer animation is an invaluable tool for presenting outcomes and illustrating complex systems and processes. Putting the numbers in motion with a physically accurate animation leaves little room for uncertainty in audience interpretation. Animation projects are budgeted to meet the individual needs of our clients, and are an effective and affordable means to communicate.

Featured Work:


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3D Printing
Animation
Illustration

Rollover Animation

Animation

Vehicle Animation Camera Match

Animation

Inertial Seatbelt Release

Animation

Butterfly Valve

Animation

Construction Zone Animation

Animation

Nighttime Visibility

Animation

Pedestrian in the Crosswalk: Night Time Visibility Case

Animation

Top Down View

Animation

Vehicle Collision

Animation

High Speed Rear End Collision

Animation

Dash Cam and Animation Side by Side

Animation

Night Time Visibility of Emergency Vehicle

Animation

Acid Tank Rupture

Animation

Seatbelt Release

Animation

Highway Tractor Trailer Accident

Animation

Animated Vehicle Overview

Animation

Bus Roll Over

Animation

Negligence Around Heavy Machinery

Animation

Tractor Trailer Drifts On To the Shoulder and Collides With Stationary Vehicle

Animation

ATV and Vehicle Collision

Animation

Vehicle Rollover Animation

Animation
L4-L5 Vertebra 3D Print: This 3D print of the L4 and L5 vertebra was derived from a client's CT scan. The CT scan was segmented and turned into a 3D solid mesh for printing.

L4-L5 Vertebra 3D Print

3D Printing
Safety Guard 3D Print: This is a 3D print is a cut away of safety guard for a large grain silo. Had a simple safety guard like this been installed on the silo a man would not have suffered severe injury to his hand and forearm when he was conducting the duties of his job.

Safety Guard 3D Print

3D Printing
Subject Vehicle 3D Print Subject Vehicle Ford Fusion: This 3d print was used in court to show that, had it not been for the inertial release of the rear passenger's seatbelt the occupant would not have been ejected from the vehicle and would have likely have survived because the occupant compartment itself was left relatively unscathed.

Subject Vehicle: Ford Fusion

3D Printing
Subject Vehicle 3D Print Lamborghini: When a Lamborghini V-1's wheels lost traction with the surface of the roadway and collided with an oak tree the occupant sustained fatal injuries. This 3d print was derived from the laser scan of the subject's vehicle and shows the extent of the damage to the occupant compartment.

Subject Vehicle 3D Print: Lamborghini

3D Printing
Subject Vehicle 3D Print F15 Pickup: This 3D print was used as a trial exhibit to show that the occupant compartment of the pickup truck stayed intact when the vehicle rolled several times. Had the doors not been ripped off during the accident the occupants may have survived the crash.

Subject Vehicle 3D Print: F15 Pickup

3D Printing
Subject Vehicle 3D Print F15 Pickup: This scale model was derived from the laser scan of a pickup truck that lost control and rolled over several times. It was used as a trial exhibit in court to show that if the doors had stayed intact during the accident the occupants may have survived their injuries.

Subject Vehicle 3D Print: F15 Pickup

3D Printing

Honda CBR600 3D Print

3D Printing