Rosco Gobos and Image Spot gobo projectors provide businesses with a professional solution to promote healthy practices in their establishment.
In times of crisis, communities look for symbols of hope. These are three examples of how the lighting community is creating that hope with light.
Designers created an illuminated stairway landing where the light not only changed color temperature with the time of day, it was also only visible when viewed from above.
The mediaeval city of Vitré France has installed over 40 Image Spot fixtures to create gobo projections that come alive when viewed through a mobile app.
Lighting designers at Tokyoblue specified over 300 Miro Cubes to illuminate different attractions inside Singapore’s award-winning Changi Airport.
Designer Rachel Filbeck chose Rosco Custom LitePads to uplight an invertebrate exhibition because they are a “clean & modern” lighting solution that would maintain a safe temperature for the specimens.
The Pasadena Model Railroad Club upgraded their fluorescent bulbs to RoscoLED Tape – enabling them to create daytime, dawn/dusk & nighttime lighting conditions for their model trains to roll through.
As a part of their effort to improve the nighttime landscape of Ciudad Rodrigo in Spain, designers used Image Spots and customized gobos to accentuate the Gothic details on the city’s Palacio de Montarco.
The design team at Chicago’s world-famous Field Museum used Rosco X-Effects LED fixtures to create a brilliant aurora lighting effect for their Antarctic Dinosaurs exhibit.
The design team on the Baker-Baum Concert Hall color mixed the RGBW LEDs inside our Rosco Miro Cube 4C fixtures to create white light to enhance the natural wood accents inside the venue.