Lighting designer Declan Randall describes how he used color to create the past and present worlds of Nelson Mandela’s ex-wife in “Winnie: The Opera.”
Lighting designer Zach Burgess describes how he was able to use Roscolux color filters to bring the magical world of Narnia to life for a production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
Lighting designer Jordan Green created engaging lighting effects for the musical “Dzsungel Könyve” (The Jungle Book) using gels, gobos and a little fog.
A lighting designer used different Rosco color filters to portray the multiple alter-egos of actress Gena Rowlands in a dance piece entitled “Gena, Gena!”
Lighting designer Mark Frank used Rosco gobos, Miro Cubes and an X24 Effects Projector to provide thematic lighting for the wax figures on display at Madame Tussauds San Francisco.
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.
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.”
Houston Eye Associates has selected Rosco’s LitePad HO90 LED fixtures to illuminate the high-end, designer frames on display inside their new retail stores.
Introducing the Miro Cube UV365! This 4″ cube contains the most powerful UV LED black light fixture on the market!
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