The use of computer generated imagery in legal proceedings

Damian Schofield


In paper Dr Damian Schofield describes research undertaken to assess the effect of computer generated imagery technology on jurors, and describes some of the issues raised by the results. The paper concludes with a discussion of the potential benefits and problems of implementing this technology in court settings.

Index words: graphical technology; computer-generated evidence; presenting evidence; legal proceedings; advantages; prejudicial effect

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