3D Printed Proof is producing 3D printed models of injuries using MRI and CT-Scan data for use at trial. These 3D printed representations make it easier for Juries, Attorneys, and Doctors to understand the injuries in question. 3D printed representations of injuries allow for a more complete view of the affected anatomy.
“MRI and CT-Scan stills tend to be complicated and juries are often confused by these,” says Demian Goldstraj, Esq., one of the founders of 3D Printed Proof, Mr. Goldstraj relayed that nothing in the market compares to the simplicity and objectivity these extremely accurate 3D printed models provide. The technology is so revolutionary that it is being compared to when photographs were first used in a Courtrooms back in the 1850’s.
“The difference between stills/photographs and 3D printed exhibits,” said Demian Goldstraj, Esq. “Is that these exhibits are as true to reality as possible and don’t suffer from prejudice produced by point of view of the creator.” That is, a 3D printed exhibit are not plagued by the subjective photographer or image maker.
This technology will allow for more educated Juries and fair judgments. 3D Printed Proof is the only boutique producer of 3D printed evidence of injuries in the nation, at this time. They have medical doctors who focus on taking MRI and CT-scan images and converting them into a format that can be read by 3D printers. Executives at 3D printed Proof believe that having medical doctors on staff will facilitate communication with lawyers and experts and ultimately allow for more accurate 3D printed exhibits for presentation to Courts.
More can be found at http://3dprintedproof.com