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Our artists design visual courtroom presentations through a variety of software applications including PowerPoint, Adobe CS, Macromedia Studio, Maya and 3-D Studio Max. TRIAL TECH enables clients in leveraging such trial technology to display important case information in the most compelling and cost-effective manner possible.

Whether its developing timelines, graphs, animations, charts, maps or even 3D objects, TRIAL TECH experts design demonstrative evidence presentations with jurors in mind. We specialize in the development and production of persuasive, high impact, easy-to-understand courtroom demonstrative evidence.

 
 
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Psychologists who have studied the way people communicate and learn have discovered that approximately 2/3 of the population (2/3 of any jury pool and judges) are "visual learners." That is, people tend to process new information that is presented to them in a visual format much more effectively than when the same information is presented to them verbally.

Psychologists have also determined that 2/3 of all lawyers are auditory or hearing people. That is, they tend to process information more effectively by hearing information. Furthermore, studies have also shown that people tend to communicate information, or "teach", in the same way that they prefer to learn. Therefore, most lawyers, as auditory learners, prefer to communicate information, or teach, by speaking rather than by showing.

In the typical courtroom scenario, what one finds is a jury, comprised mostly of visual learners, who are waiting to be shown the information, and lawyers, who are auditory learners and teachers, attempting to communicate the information by verbally explaining it. This common situation invariably creates a significant gap in communication between the lawyer and the judge and jury. The impact of this gap upon the success of a case cannot be overstated because if a judge or jury cannot visualize your argument, they typically will not understand it. Animators, by designing persuasive and creative courtroom evidence, helps to bridge the gap between the verbal communicator and the visual learner.

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Microsoft© PowerPoint® Demonstratives
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Animated Timeline
This particular timeline was created to show inflation and its relation to the cost of fossil fuels. Specifically coal.
Animated Graph
This process diagram was used to illustrate the multiple cleaning processes within the manufacturing of Magnesium. The forward and backwards buttons in the lower right hand corner are for navigation.
Simulated Process Animation
This animation was given in an opening argument to show the flow of income between one companies various headquarters.
Adobe© Flash® Demonstratives
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Animated Process Diagram
This process diagram was used to illustrate the multiple cleaning processes within the manufacturing of Magnesium. The forward and backwards buttons in the lower right hand corner are for navigation.

Property Border Illustration
This is an area map of all of the comprable used to gather data on the value a piece of condemed land in relation to residential real estate. The legend provided the navigation.
Gene Expression Simulation
This animation was created to simulate the gene expression process. To navigate the animation use the spacebar, right and left arrows.
Condemnation Acreage Demonstrative
This interactive acreage interface was to show the amount of acres in each of the parcels to be condemed. It alos shows the location of parcels relative to the river. Click on a parcel to see the acreage.
Chemical Product Patent
The cell process simulated a patented product that could increase the amount of mRNA strands a cell produced during a process called Reverse Transcriptase . To navigate the animation use the spacebar, right and left arrows.
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Psychologists who have studied the way people communicate and learn have discovered that approximately 2/3 of the population (2/3 of any jury pool and judges) are "visual learners." That is, people tend to process new information that is presented to them in a visual format much more effectively than when the same information is presented to them verbally.

Psychologists have also determined that 2/3 of all lawyers are auditory or hearing people. That is, they tend to process information more effectively by hearing information. Furthermore, studies have also shown that people tend to communicate information, or "teach", in the same way that they prefer to learn. Therefore, most lawyers, as auditory learners, prefer to communicate information, or teach, by speaking rather than by showing.

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Maya© Demonstratives
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Patent Assembly Animation
Medical equipment assembly animation
5.2 MB
Medical Product Patent
Product working process animation
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Medical Product Animation
Bone socket replacement tool animation
10.1 MB

Skeletal Structure Rendering
This is a skeletal model rendering test
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Medical Product Patent
3.4 MB
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