Designers integrated a variety of Rosco LED fixtures inside The National Museum of the U.S. Army to illuminate over 245 years of Army history.
Designers used Rosco X-Effects LED Projectors to create a flowing river of light at the starting point of a popular bicycle trail in Quebec, Canada.
Designers projected ancient family crests onto the walls of Nagoya Castle for a festival that celebrated Japan’s fusion of tradition & technology.
The artists at Knomad Colab used Rosco Image Spot Minis to create window projections for a series of pop-up light art activations around Philadelphia.
Lighting Designer Dorothy Underwood simulated “a breeze blowing through the leaves” with subtle lighting effects created by Rosco X-Effects LED Projectors.
Rosco Image Spot Gobo Projectors create gobo projections that re-create historical details on the side of Le Musée des Augustins in Toulouse, France.
During a recent renovation, First Marion Baptist Church used RoscoLED Tape to add color-changing illumination into their contemporary sanctuary design.
Rosco Cube LED fixtures provide the Stapferhaus museum with exhibit lighting solutions and “unlimited possibilities” when it comes to illuminating their exhibitions.
Christie’s Auction House used Rosco Braq Cubes to create dramatic lighting effects for Stan – one of the largest T-rex skeletons ever found.
Lighting Designer Kenrick Fisher specified RoscoLED Tape in his event space lighting design to upgrade the illumination inside Bellevue Club’s Olympic Room.