BioParc Zoo Goes Supersaturated

Komodo dragons in the new Indo-Pacific habitat of Bioparc Fuengirola. Bioparc Fuengirola is designed to be an “immersion zoo” in Fuengirola, Spain that plunges its visitors into the animals’ native environment. The park recreates habitats from as far afield as Madagascar, Equatorial Africa and Southeast Asia and is intended as a stroll through the creatures’…

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Light vs Liquid: LEGOLAND Keeps it Dry Creating CHI

Amidst dramatic landscapes and the magical waters flowing from Mount Cavora, families visiting LEGOLAND® Florida have the opportunity to embark on an interactive water ride called “The Quest for CHI.” The park’s design team, striving to bring the LEGO® World of Chima to life, looked for ways to effectively create a mystical liquid energy source…

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Happy Holidays from Rosco

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas thanks to Rosco’s holiday & winter themed gobos. Our friends over at Got Light in San Francisco shared some of their fantastic images that showcase how they use Rosco gobos to add seasonal accents into their holiday event decor. The Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble presented “A Very Special…

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Making Buildings Glow — Stylish, Not Garish

by Stan Schwartz Many real estate owners want their buildings to stand out, particularly in an urban environment. In the 70s and 80s neon lighting was used extensively for this purpose. But more recently owners and architectural lighting designers, have sought a more subtle and attractive lighting scheme for building facades. This includes buildings devoted…

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Colors for a Cause

Adding colored light to people’s everyday environment is a powerful way to bring attention to your cause. Whether it’s something dramatic like changing the Sydney Harbor Bridge red for World Aids Day or something more subtle like adding purple gelled candles into windows along the route of an upcoming cancer walk , changing the color…

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