The Visual Courtroom is a unique state-of-the-art visual presentations and graphic exhibits production company for the legal profession. It combines the latest 3-D professional technologies with practical scientific investigative and trial experience.
Co-founders Chris Vestal and Stephan M. Neese joined together, in 1999, their individual talents, skills and experience and created this demonstrative and visual based limited liability corporation in northwest Indiana. Both individual businesses continue to flourish as they serve their respective fields. The valuable experience and resources they have developed result in bringing state-of-the-art demonstrative exhibits into the courtroom used to assist educating the jury in complex and difficult issues.
Chris Vestal, president of Concept Vision is a computer graphic specialist with a vast experience in the commercial field developing interactive and video based presentations. His involvement with the engineering and business community in creating 3-D professional presentations and animations is paramount in the formation of demonstrative evidence for the legal profession. He has an associates’ degree in Mechanical / Tool Design. His work experience includes General Motors Lighting Design 3D Training and was subcontracted by General Motors for Forward & Rear Lighting Design / Fisher Guide Division now Delphi. He also developed Capital Engineering’s 3-D department including the 3-D training of their employees.
In 1997 he started Concept Vision LLC targeting architectural visualization and has since expanded to the construction and bio-mechanical arenas. His construction and architecture work has been used by Pepper Construction for bid presentations at the Chicago Navy Pier Children’s Museum, the Art Institute and the $150-million Hammond, Indiana Horseshoe Cassino Project. Work projects in the bio-mechanical field has been with Stryker® in the creation of 3-D prototype and skeletal components and surgical instruments used in their surgical training and marketing. He has taught advanced AutoCad© classes for local adult education and currently an advisory member for Purdue Calumet’s Computer Graphic Technology program.