Two hospitality venues share how they project their branded messages using the Rosco Image Spot gobo projector.
Lighting designers from Light Collective found that Rosco’s LitePad Vector was the perfect light to use while shooting interviews for their documentary – “The Perfect Light.”
While searching for a solution to evenly light the dome inside a hotel ballroom, Lighting Designer, Adrian Goldberg, wondered if RoscoLED Tape would accomplish the task.
The latest work of Experimental Filmmaker and Artist, Margaret Honda, is entitled “Film.” It explores the fundamentals of color filters by showcasing an entire range of Rosco gels on the windows of an exhibition space.
Designers, searching for a light that would match the “light, bright & effortlessly chic” aesthetic for the Paige denim boutique in Brentwood, CA., discovered that Rosco’s Pica Cube WNC met their criteria.
Harmful UV rays can discolor and deteriorate artifacts over time. See how museums, like the Vanderbilt Museum, use Rosco’s UV Filter solutions to remove the Ultraviolet from their display lighting.
Designers at HOK – New York used Rosco Custom LitePads and RoscoLED Tape to create a seamless source of light – both vertical and horizontal – inside the new lobby of the Four Times Square building.
Shepherd’s Grove Church used a RoscoLED Tape VariColor Kit to accentuate the cross in their sanctuary – both during live sermons and their online broadcasts.
The team at ACTLD transformed Strasbourg’s historic Place du Château into an immersive visual experience using a combination of projection mapping and hundreds of projected B&W glass gobos.
Designers utilized Rosco products in five projects that were nominated for the 2017 darc awards!