Lighting Designer Dorothy Underwood simulated “a breeze blowing through the leaves” with subtle lighting effects created by Rosco X-Effects LED Projectors.
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.
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.
The design team for the De Bastei cultural centre in Nijmegen, Netherlands chose the Rosco Image Spot to project informational text directly onto the stonework of its archaeological ruins.
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.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar used Rosco Image Spot LED Gobo Projectors to project motifs inspired by ancient Islamic dynasties inside a recent exhibit.
RoscoLED Tape provides the backlighting for an exhibit of iconic rock & roll photographs from photographer Neal Preston.
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.”