Webcast sponsored by Christie
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 | 2PM ET / 11AM PT
This webcast will explore the innovative methodology behind the most advanced projection system deployment in professional sports.
You will learn about the technology components that are key to amplifying the effects of video-mapped content and interactive special effects during player introductions, timeouts and halftime shows on the court and rink.
Using the Capital One Arena – home of the Washington Capitals and Wizards – case study, you will see how Quince Imaging has coined the state-of-the art system’s custom suite of groundbreaking engineering solutions as the superfecta of modern sports display and integrative technology for live events.
- Why the obvious choice for this installation was truly native 4K-resolution display chip technology
- The optimal, high-performance link between visual displays and digital image compositing for the arena
- How video formats of up to 4K at 60Hz uncompressed, zero-frame latency and artifact free were transported
- How it took minutes not hours to calibrate a multi-projector display system.
Scott has over thirty-five years of experience as a display designer, video engineer, projection engineer, technical director and producer in the broadcast television, live events and special corporate events industries. He has worked extensively with large events and meetings for professional sports, including the NBA, NHL, MLB, NFL, and UFC, the Olympics, large retail and corporate organizations, as well as religious and local production entities. In addition, Scott has worked with many advertising agencies and state and federal governments. In 2016, Scott was named to the Most Innovative Event Professionals List by BIZBASH.