Mr. Sproule’s major area of practice involves the creation of compelling and scientifically accurate visualizations. His experience and training in biomechanics, accident reconstruction, photogrammetry, and computer simulation allow him to work effectively with a variety of experts to visually demonstrate complex events in a clear and compelling manner. He holds a BS in Biomedical Engineering and a BS in Exercise Science from Michigan Technological University, as well as an MS in Biomedical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Mr. Sproule’s graduate training and research was conducted in the Helmet Lab in the Center for Injury Biomechanics at Virginia Tech. His research was focused on the laboratory testing of youth football helmets in regard to both mild and traumatic head injuries. During his graduate studies he performed a variety of biomechanical testing on various helmet technologies, both in the laboratory and in the field. Since beginning at Explico, he has continued to research and publish in the areas of biomechanics, computer simulation, photogrammetry, and virtual reality.