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.
During a recent renovation, First Marion Baptist Church used RoscoLED Tape to add color-changing illumination into their contemporary sanctuary design.
Acrylic barriers & backlit lightboxes were instrumental in the pandemic stage design for a streamed opera production at The Royal Conservatory of Music.
RoscoLED Tape was used to create an illuminated ceiling for Unbox Therapy’s new YouTube studio, and that ceiling light is all they need to illuminate their product reviews.
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.
Lighting Designer Adrian Goldberg describes how he used reels of RoscoLED Tape Varicolor to illuminate the new YYZ sign inside Toronto Pearson International Airport.
LD Paul Normandale and Brilliant Stages relied on the durability and accurate light output of RoscoLED Tape VariWhite to illuminate several set elements on Arctic Monkey’s “Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino” UK tour.
VIETV-Houston chose RoscoLED Tape to illuminate their news set. They found it to be much easier to use than the LED tape they had installed in previous studios.
While searching for a solution to evenly light the dome inside a hotel ballroom, Lighting Designer, Adrian Goldberg, wondered if RoscoLED Tape would accomplish the task.
Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens demonstrates how easy it is to illuminate confined spaces – like the inside of a space helmet – with our RoscoLED Tape VariWhite Gaffer Kit.