The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame


Project: The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Time: Feb. 2018

Location: Ohio

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Equipment: ROE Strip (200)

Background Information:

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is a non-profit organization that engages, teaches, and inspires through the power of rock and roll. The museum has six floors and several exhibits- some permanent, and some that frequently change.


One of the newly renovated permanent exhibits, The Power of Rock Experience, produced by BRC Imagination Arts, is included with admission to the museum. It has three parts: the introduction on the “bridge,” a 12- minute film in the Connor Theater, and interactive story booths near the Connor Theater exit.

Clearwing mounted nearly 200 ROE Strips near the ceiling of the Connor Theatre in a pattern that resembles the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame logo. During the show, they are integrated into the experience seamlessly as they are synced to the video, audio, and other lighting fixtures. The kinetic movement of light along the panels connects the video images with the scenic elements and with the moving light effect.


ROE Strip product line features indoor/outdoor compatible LED strips with a slim and lightweight structure which all work together to optimize a designer’s ability to be creative. The ROE Strips in The Power of Rock Experience were chosen because of their high output, versatile mounting capability, and their complex programming potential. As they were mounted throughout the theatre, they help to immerse the audience in the show by expanding the lighting effects around and over the audience members.

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