Projects

Experiential

 

FotoWeek DC 2013: Interactive Projection Mapping

 


As part of FotoWeek DC, Quince Imaging transformed the facade of National Geographic Society's 16th Street building into an interactive installation.

Through the use of cutting edge tracking technology, spectators were able to virtually augment the 30 foot columns of the historic structure as if they were playing a musical instrument. In additional to the interactivity, the installation included imagery from National Geographic's Big Cat Week as well as virtual building transformations created by a team of international projection designers.

The piece ran November 7th-9th in Washington DC as part of a series of FotoWeek DC events.