Artist Liz West used Rosco colour filters to create her immersive light installation “Our Colour.” The exhibit explored human visual perception and how colour affects our emotions and our bodies.
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Spanish lighting designer Maurici Ginés used Rosco Supergel colour filters to create “Llumversació” – an interactive light art installation that establishes a dialogue with its audience.
Lighting designer Ezequiel Nobili used Rosco Supergel filters to help students from LA Universidad Politécnica in Madrid appreciate the visceral impact coloured light has on people.
Artists incorporated Rosco Custom LitePads into a sculpture they installed outside the Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University.
A university in Bogotá purchased Rosco’s SubFloor sprung floor system so that they could easily install and remove their dance floor from a multi-purpose classroom.
Designers worked with Rosco to engineer custom-coloured “lagoon blue” gobos to create a wave effect for a pedestrian walkway inside Santiago de Chile’s first river park.
The Tate Sensorium design team chose Rosco Miro Cubes to illuminate areas of their installation so that the viewing audience would “experience art in new and intense ways.”
Go behind the scenes with filmmaker Simon Baucks’ and see how he quickly and easily added vibrant color into his location on a dance music video.
From the streets of Santiago, Chile, to the domes of the Kremlin – see how RoscoVIEW has become the #1 solution for broadcasters around the world that want to incorporate their surrounding landscapes into the background of their set design.
Rosco’s Custom LitePad HO90 provided an attractive glowing backlight solution for the world renowned brand-logos found inside London’s Watches of Switzerland showroom.