Windsor Office:
1725 North Talbot Road, RR#1
Windsor, ON,  N9A 6J3
Tel: 519.737.7234  Fax: 519.737.7796

Dartmouth Office:
2 Stonehaven Crescent
Dartmouth, NS  B2V 2S1
Tel: 902.499.9283  Fax: 902.462.2897

Guelph Office:
York Business Centre
Building A, Suite 215
490 York Road
Guelph, ON  N1E 6V1
Tel: 519.822.7234  Fax: 855.531.3774


Computer-generated animations can be used to educate, explain a concept, demonstrate a mechanism, or to explain and demonstrate the occurrence of a complex event or process. A simple animation may contain images which are not to scale and their movements may not be based upon scientific principles. These animations can be purely illustrative in nature.

Conversely, an animation may be based upon output from a scientific computer simulation program or from output data from a test, experiment, or a recording device such as a decelerometer, on board computer, or generated results from HVE-3D. These types of animations are referred to as scientific visualizations since they are based upon the laws of physics or scientific principles and are shown to scale. They can be used to illustrate visual obstructions, sight lines, or how specific objects interact with corresponding physical evidence. HRYCAY has the software and hardware to prepare scientific visualizations of a complex event or to illustrate the creation of a new commercial development or project.