(accident scene reconstructions, topography formations, 1st person/3rd person point-of-view imagery & charts)
Add something a bit new; yet proven, to your next case. Set your sights on 3D.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a 3D model is worth a million more.
Exhibit A Model 3D has its roots in the preparation of displays for litigation.
A greater majority of people (in particular; jurors) retain a more extensive level of detail and memory with their sight.
Essentially, just listening is least favored to present substantially important facts, reading some facts may begin to help.
Engaging, explorative, and effectively accurate visual content and immersion within a scene and occurance is best.
3D can "nail-down" facts into a situation and context that can carry your case from pre-trial discovery and research to the courtroom and onto the deliberation of the jury. Once your jury is introduced to a 3D model they may find themselves to be looking forward to letting their minds "jump" into the time and place of the case.
3D can begin to build a new point of view; that quite often, words can't.