The Tate Sensorium design team chose Rosco Miro Cubes to illuminate areas of their installation so that the viewing audience would “experience art in new and intense ways.”
Over six years of engaging, maintenance-free display lighting! The Museum of Human Evolution installed Rosco Custom LitePads to provide different lighting solutions for several of their exhibits – back in 2010!
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.
Rain Forest Diseño S.L, used Rosco Supersaturated paints to accurately re-create the wilderness habitats in an Indo-Pacific region in Bioparc Fuengirola zoo.
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…
By Stan Schwartz Remember Bob Hope’s theme song “Thanks For The Memory”? That’s the thought that runs through my mind as my retirement from Rosco approaches. I’ve been associated with the company for some 35 years. And I hope everyone reading this has as much delight in their careers as I have had in mine…
Rosco’s Architectural team used custom LitePads to solve issues for stained glass restorers by not only illuminating some of these gorgeous pieces of art, but also highlighting details in the glass that have previously gone unnoticed.