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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2007
Apparently the first computer animation allowed as evidence in a trial.
Found it on an old animation cd in FLI format. No sound since FLIs lack sound and no seperate files were included.
Found an article on the web from Oct 1 1992:
Alexander Jason, CPP, a forensic animation specialist and ballistics consultant with ANITE Group of Pinole, CA, made courtroom history last February when he testified at the murder trial of Jim Mitchell. It was the first time three-dimensional computer animation was used as evidence in a criminal trial.
Mitchell, a San Francisco-based pornographic film and sex fantasy theater businessman, was charged with the murder of his brother and business partner, Artie.