Video Analysis Expert Witnesses

Video analysis expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on video analysis. The video analysis expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Accident Reconstruction, Animations, Mechanical Engineering, Transportation, and Video.

Toby Terpstra Kineticorp

Greenwood Village, Colorado
Video, Animations - Photogrammetry, Video Analysis, 3D Scene Reconstruction, Forensic 3D Analyst, Videogrammetry, Laser Scanning, Body worn camera, Video reenactments, Virtual Reality, Shooting reconstruction, Reverse Camera Projection, Onsite Photogrammetry
Mr. Terpstra is a partner at Kineticorp, a forensic engineering and visualization company located in Denver, Colorado. Mr. Terpstra specializes in photogrammetry, video analysis and 3D site reconstruction. He has testified in state and federal courts on civil and criminal matters, and has been retained by plaintiff, prosecution, and defense counsel. He has published peer reviewed publications with the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), and the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction (ACSR), in the areas of reverse camera projection, onsite photogrammetry, lens distortion correction, photo-scanning, camera-matching photogrammetry, 3D scene reconstruction, LiDAR, virtual reality, videogrammetry, and acoustics. Mr. Terpstra also serves as a peer reviewer for research papers in the Occupant Protection: Accident Reconstruction Session for the SAE World Congress, for the Association of for...

Daniel J Barshinger, PE Southeast Forensic Consultants

Tallahassee, Florida
Accident Reconstruction, Mechanical Engineering - MOT, Temporary Traffic Control, Construction zone, Heavy vehicle, Commercial vehicle, Headlight and lighting analysis, Infotainment data analysis, Visibility and photometric analysis, Vehicle EDR black box analysis, Human factors analysis, Video analysis, Drone Pilot. Working from Sarasota, FL.
As an engineer, Mr. Barshinger applies the principles of design, analysis, testing, and safety to forensic evaluations involving traffic accident investigation and reconstruction. His professional background includes mechanical engineering positions in the manufacturing and consulting industries. His manufacturing experience includes assembling and testing electronic components and various products. Mr. Barshinger has been involved in product defect allegation cases involving a wide range of products. He has received specialized training in accident reconstruction and traffic collision investigation. His training also includes preserving and analyzing data stored in vehicles such as airbag modules, engine control modules, GPS, and infotainment systems, as well as video footage analysis from various sources. He conducts vehicle accident and mechanical component investigations for clients throughout the southeast United States. Mr. Barshinger has also reconstructed crashes involving c...

Justin P. Schorr, Ph.D. DJS Associates, Inc.

Abington, Pennsylvania
Accident Reconstruction, Transportation - Autonomous Vehicles, Distracted Driving, Motorcycle Collisions, Collision Reconstruction, Low-Speed Impacts, Nighttime Visibility, Perception-Reaction Time, Roadway Design, Rollover, Speed Analysis, Tractor-Trailer Collisions, Automotive Engineering, Event Data Recorder, Infotainment, Video Analysis
Justin earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and his master’s and doctorate degrees in Civil Engineering from The George Washington University (GW). His education has continued through the completion of specialized training in Collision Reconstruction, Event Data Recorders and Infotainment. Still, after completing nearly 25 years of formal education, Justin will tell you that his most valuable training comes from a lifetime of education provided by his father and grandfather – both of whom were industry leaders in Collision Reconstruction. As an active member of the academic research community, Justin has published four peer-reviewed journal articles and eight refereed conference papers in the field of transportation safety and driver behavior. He continues to serve as an adjunct professor and the lead researcher at the Vehicle Instrumentation and Driver Simulation Laboratory at GW. Over the last five years, Justin has brought his love of education to th...