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    Evaluate ELMO in O.J. Simpson trial

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    What were the advantages of using ELMO in the O.J. Simpson trial? What did it do for technology?

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    ELMO is a device which allows attorneys to display physical evidence, including photographs, 3-D objects (like a gun, knife or broken part), and documents, onto a TV monitor or projection screen (when combined with a multimedia projector). With its 10-X zoom lens, a person can fill the entire screen with an object as small as 1-inch.

    In the O.J. Simpson trial, the use of ELMO was to display evidence, so that the information is easier and more efficient to share, and easier to ...

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    This solution explains what the advantages were in using ELMO in the O.J. Simpson trial.

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