Pacific image projection at the National Theatre in London

Pacific image projection at the National Theatre

When the Royal National Theatre, London wanted to project their name on their iconic South Bank home they turned to the Selecon Pacific range using the 575W MSR light source.

Utilising a Pacific 23-50 MSR Zoomspot the gobo projection is precise and powerful enough to cut through the washlights on the south side of the theatre in dramatic style.

Housed in a simple custom enclosure this project joins the many others around the world where Pacific luminaires are used for external lighting projects.

 

These include the over 100 Pacifics lighting up major landmarks in Paris, several of the bridges across the Seine and the Lion de Belfort statue; the Hong Kong city light up and many others demonstrating the superior optical performance, versatility and low cost of ownership intrinsic to the design of the Pacific range.