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This page contains animations expert witnesses who testify, consult and provide litigation support on animations and related issues. Animations expert witnesses and consultants on this page may form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts. The issues and subjects these animations expert witnesses testify regarding may include: Animations, Failure Analysis, 3 D Scans, 3 D Scene Reconstruction, Accident Reconstruction, Aerial Amusement Park Accidents, Asme Safety Standards, Body Worn Camera, Computer Forensics, Conveyors, Cybercrime, Dark Web, Design, Dynamic Analysis, and Elevators.

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Wayne B Norris Norris Associates

Santa Barbara, California
Animations, Software Engineering - Computer Forensics, Physics, Video animations, Technology Valuations, General Aviation, Foreign outsourcing, Engineering best practices, Dark Web, Cybercrime
Our firm delivers astonishingly accurate and compelling forensic animations in cases of murders, officer involved shootings, automobile crashes, building collapses, assaults, accidents, bullet trajectory reconstructions, and mechanical failures. We also do financial evaluations of technology, including cases involving software copyright infringement, patent infringement, and company valuations. In addition, we do cases involving aviation accidents, including forensic analysis of autopilot and GPS data, pilot responsibilities, weather factors, and external factors such as runway surface and obstructions. The call is always free, the response is always fast, the science is always bulletproof, the work output is always legendary, and the rates are always affordable. As a group of laboratory physicists, software experts, and animation experts, our motto is "BECAUSE ACCURACY MATTERS".

Kenneth A. Solomon, Ph.D., P.E., Post Ph.D. Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses

Woodland Hills, California
Biomechanics, Accident Reconstruction - Human Factors, Animations, 3D Scans, Photometrics
Specialized forensic staff, broad range of consulting and expert testimony, 47 years of courtroom experience for Dr. Solomon, combined courtroom experience for company 334 person years. Accident reconstruction, biomechanics, human factors, safety, accident prevention, adequacy of warnings, computer animation and simulations, 3D scanning & photometric analyses, drone photography, construction defect, criminal defense, criminal prosecution, premises, product integrity, product liability, product testing, warnings, and lost income calculations. Auto, bicycle, bus, chair, elevator, escalator, forklift, gate, ladder, machinery, motorcycle, press, recreational equipment, roller coaster, slip/trip and fall, stairs, swimming pool, and truck. Litigation and claims, defense/plaintiff, educational seminars, and mediation and arbitration services.

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...

Dennis F Augustyniak Dennis F Augustyniak & Associates

Sykesville, Maryland
Accident Reconstruction, Animations - Vehicular Accident Investigation, Pedestrian Collisions, Motorcycle Collisions, traffic collisions
Over 1600 hours of training in the field of traffic collision investigation and reconstruction. Although located in Maryland, we have worked for clients in Delaware, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Michael Troy Richardson, Design Engineering, Advanced Physics Studies Momentum Engineering, LLC

Washington, Utah
Athletics & Recreation, Music & Entertainment - Zipline-audits, Zipline Engineering Design Simulations, Aerial Amusement Park Accidents, Failure Analysis, Ride Analysis, Design, Animations, Theme Park Design, Trampoline Courts and Design, Trampoline Foam Pits, Accident Reconstruction, Trampoline Park Design, Zipline Accidents, Zipline Modeling
President of Momentum Engineering, LLC, design of aerial amusement park rides, and devices since 1988. He is a Master Machinist, National Board-Certified Welder, all backed by a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering and 30+ semester hours of Physics. Building ziplines for 20+ years, where he has designed, evaluated, and patented multiple safety elements and devices. In 2000, Park City Mountain Resort Zipline design, testing, prototypes, and Patents for passive braking trolleys, a series of springs as the emergency arrest device, and built the towers for a 4000+ foot long zipline. In 2009 he built and designed his commercial zipline in Spanish Fork, Utah. He has three U.S. Patents for zip line safety trolleys and springs with at least one pending. He is on two advisory and voting committees with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). ASTM F24' Adventure Rides' & ASTM F15' Consumer Products,' and an F2959 Task-group member of F24.61 Aerial Adventure Courses, Ziplin...

Mark R Webster, PE, MSME, MBA Webster Engineering, LLC

Hubertus, Wisconsin
Mechanical Engineering, Equipment & Machinery - Conveyors, Elevators, Material Lifts, Industrial Controls, Dynamic Analysis, Animations, Forensic Engineering, Intellectual Property, Freight Lifts, ASME Safety Standards, Failure Analysis, Hydraulics, Manufacturing, Products Liability, Hydraulic Lifting Systems,Material Handling,Machinery Patents
Licensed Professional Engineer with more than 30 years of experience with conveyors, and a wide range of industrial machinery and control systems. conveyor systems, material handling systems, elevators, material lifts, vertical conveyors, shopping cart conveyors (adjacent to escalators), automated car parking systems, custom engineered machinery and systems. Board Certified Forensic Engineer. Vice Chair of ASME B20.1 Safety Standards for Conveyors and Related Equipment, Chair of ASME Board on Safety Codes and Standards, member of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers. Engineering specialties include machine design, dynamic system analysis and animation (multi-body physics, motion analysis), hydraulic lifts and systems, heavy mechanical drives for lifting and other material handling applications, finite element analysis. Very active in ASME safety codes and standards.
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