We’re thrilled to announce the introduction of the X-Effects LED Projector – the next generation of dynamic lighting effects from Rosco.
Over 20 Rosco X24 Effect Projectors are installed inside Manhattan’s SeaGlass Carousel to project a shimmering water effect that envelops its riders in a whirling underwater experience.
Lighting designer Mark Frank used Rosco gobos, Miro Cubes and an X24 Effects Projector to provide thematic lighting for the wax figures on display at Madame Tussauds San Francisco.
Lighting designer Ben Eng used one X24 Effects Projector to “submerse” his entire stage in a realistic, watery lighting-effect during a production of “The Little Mermaid.”
A group of VIP filmmakers from China visited Rosco’s Los Angeles office to learn about how our new filmmaking technologies can help them create high-quality imagery for their films.
Lighting designer Herrick Goldman shares three theatrical lighting techniques to enliven any corporate or special event.
Cinematographer Stephen McNutt describes how he uses Rosco X24 Effects Projector to create dynamic lighting effects that help his visual effects team create more convincing visuals in post.
Lighting Designer Barbara Samuels and Scenic Designer Sara Walsh use an X-24 to transport their characters and audience to a completely different place – without a physical scenery change.
Last year’s Creating A Winter Wonderland Spectrum Post briefly introduced a number of winter-themed effects. Three of the effects mentioned in the post have turned out to be very popular and we’ve gotten a lot of questions about them: The Aurora Borealis for upcoming wintertime productions of Almost, Maine, Falling Snowflakes for winter & holiday…
Ultraviolet light – aka blacklight – is a useful way to enhance your Halloween decor. This post explains why blacklight works and how to create it.