Visualising information is increasing in situations where complex events are being presented to people who often have no understanding of what has/could have happened, procedures, methodologies or science. Computer Graphics (CG) can visually present scenarios based on scientific methodologies as well as depicting the perception of a witness to show what may have occurred. But more importantly CG can illustrate “what if...” questions and explore the inconsistencies and discrepancies within evidence and expert witness testimony. Therefore representing an important development in forensic graphics that are unparalleled due to its ability to assimilate and analyse data. However it is very important that when we use “science” to determine the validity of evidence or information that is done in a manner that is acceptable to the scientific community.
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