2018 AMI Online Salon

Digital Injury Summary of Jane Doe

Project Detail

  • Artist(s):  Kenzie Green
  • Contributors: Jeremy Brotherton, Jung Park, Kenzie Green, Melissa Zachritz, Ruth Rose, David Dorris, Tim Carrillo, Lawrence Pasion; Centennial, Colorado
  • Client: Denver Trial Lawyers
  • Copyright: © 2018 High Impact, Inc.
  • Medium / software used: Photogrammetry, Agisoft PhotoScan, Pixologic ZBrush, Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Maya, Chaos Group V-Ray, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Animate
  • Final presentation format: .EXE and .DMG installable program
  • Primary audience: Attorneys, judges and jurors.

Project Description

A Digital Injury Summary (DIS) provides a platform for legal teams to summarize complex cases. Navigation through menus, interactive sliders, turntables, and play controls is executed through mouse or keyboard input. This DIS gives viewers an overview of pre-existing injuries worsened by an accident through 360˚ turntable sliders. Next, users interact with a timeline detailing injection procedures for pain management. The procedures were unsuccessful and ultimately necessitated a series of invasive jaw surgeries to live comfortably. The photorealistic client likeness is created using photogrammetry and ZBrush. A high level of realism ensures an accurate relationship between the client’s internal and external anatomy. Procedures and surgeries are based on medical records and expert review to guarantee anatomical, procedural, and didactic accuracy. Telling the story in a way that is both accurate and dynamic is critical to comprehensively communicating the client’s pain and suffering.