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.
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 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.
When designers needed to illuminate the displays in the low-ceilinged cellar for Emmentaler show dairy, they knew that Rosco Miro and Pica Cubes were their only lighting solution.
Design teams at C&G Partners and BRC Imagination Arts used theatrical techniques and Rosco products to bring exhibits inside the Museum of the Bible to life.
RoscoLED Tape provides the backlighting for an exhibit of iconic rock & roll photographs from photographer Neal Preston.
Over 850 Rosco Miro Cubes and nearly two miles of our DMX Rosco Track were installed inside the recently renovated Petersen Automotive Museum to illuminate the exotic cars on display inside.
Tis the season for haunted houses, spooky mazes and Halloween parties. No doubt, if you partake in any of the above, you’ll probably experience at least one black light effect. We covered what makes good black light in a previous Spectrum post. Now, we’ll illustrate how, thanks to the LED black light technology found in…