A New Space
Quince Imaging relocates to spacious, new corporate headquarters at 22601 Davis Drive in Sterling, VA.
Another First - University Installs
First Permanent Sports Projection Image Mapping System was installed in a University Arena for the University of Florida Gators.
Two Decades of Success
Quince Imaging celebrated 20 years of success and dedication in world-class imaging display and design!
Published by 2K Sports
Quince Imaging designed the 3D digital court projections for all 30 NBA teams for NBA 2K17
The First Discrete Motion Tracking System was installed to enhance Sports Projection Image Mapping Systems.
Quince in the NHL
First Permanent Sports Projection Image Mapping System installed for the NHL.
First Permanent Install
Quince Imaging is selected by the Philadelphia 76ers, Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks to design, install and maintain the league’s first permanent court-projection systems.
Creative Services Team is born!
As the sports projection craze took off, so did the need for dynamic 3D content. Quince Imaging begins recruiting exceptional new talent.
Projection tools and technology are steadily getting better, and more visual artists are finding their way to this medium, intrigued by all the possibilities
As the equipment became brighter, portable and more rugged, mapping outdoor structures evolved beyond simply projecting onto large buildings as screens.
QUINCE IMAGING is born!
By the mid-to-late 1990s, corporations started working with staging and event companies to use projection as the powerful, over-scaled backdrop for presentations to investors, customers and the press.
Founded in 1997 by Ron Currier, Scott Williams and Adrian Gautchsi, Quince Imaging has evolved from humble beginnings as a live-event projection display company, into an experiential display and design powerhouse.
First to deploy video displays for television backdrops. First to activate a high-definition large-screen display to a live, viewing audience. First to activate video display on a ‘human’ screen. First to provide a 10,000+ Lumen Video Display to a live audience.
While artists found ways to push the limits of slide projectors, the introduction in the 1990s of bright, computer-driven commercial projectors was a big moment for the art form. More brightness led to greater possibilities, and ideas constrained by limited light started to get switched on. Computer graphics then sped production and made full-motion video and graphics possible without film.