One of my greatest passions is 3D computer graphics.
For more than a decade, I have been using the free and open-source software Blender not only as a hobby but also in various professional applications: forensic reconstructions of criminal events, architectural visualizations, and simulations for scientific research.
Forensic Reconstructions of Criminal Events
Since 2014, I have been working in the field of 3D virtual forensic simulations. I have produced more than a dozen of animated reconstructions for criminal prosecutions in Italy. Virtual forensic reconstructions refer to the application of 3D computer graphics to recreate crime scenes, criminal events, or accidents. Virtual reconstructions are widely used by forensic engineers, investigators, and attorneys to communicate technical issues to judges and courtrooms, which have come to expect visuals animations to understand testimonies and events from the case.
Virtual Demo of Smart-home Device
In 2017, I made a virtual demo to present a novel device, named Momo, designed by the Italian startup Morpheos. The 3D animation shows the design of the device and illustrates its internal components and features, including motion detection, facial recognition, and intelligent sound detection.
Virtual Demo of Surveillance System for Homeland Security
In 2015, I created a virtual demo for the company Temix Communication Engineering to present their homeland security system. The 3D animation presents the system when used to support activities like border security, public safety and civil protection.