Computer graphics inform, connect prosecutors with jury
It seems that computer graphics and rendering is becoming more and more widespread, with the justice system now catching onto the power of visual animations in contrast to simply spoken testimony.
Although computer graphics have been routinely used for about two decades in high-stakes civil trials, their use is rapidly expanding into criminal cases as technology improves and the price tag drops, Nations said.
Studies show that when jurors deliberate, 8% of what they remember comes from what they hear, while 55% is from what they see, according to Nations’ law firm, which lectures on the most effective ways to argue persuasively to juries.
I wonder if Lawyers will need to start taking graphics design and animation courses soon.