Creating A Winter Wonderland

While this week marks the official beginning of winter – cold, snow and ice have already introduced themselves to most of the northern hemisphere this year. Add the holiday season into the mix and many people are looking for ways to create innovative, wintry, lighting effects. Today’s Spectrum post will collect a few of our…

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Lighting Design On Steroids:
Victoria Coeln’s Chromotopias

The photos show some of Victoria Coeln’s work at St, Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, Austria.  She calls them “Chromotopias” and defines them as light spaces with no visible boundaries.  These multi-layered light surfaces are meant to be experienced as three-dimensional phenomena. Coeln, a lighting artist, achieves these amazing results using the same tools lighting designers…

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The First 100 Years: From Gel & Foggers To Paint & Rotators – Adding the Rest of the Range

In this final Spectrum chapter examining Rosco’s 100 year history, we continue to look at the events that influenced Rosco’s development and, in turn, shaped our industry. So far, we’ve learned how Rosco got its start and how gel, gobos and fog machines were introduced. As of today, we have several hundred products from ten…

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