Ellipsoidal reflector light (abbreviated to ERS, or colloquially ellipsoidal or ellipse) is the name for a type of stage lighting instrument, named for the ellipsoidal reflector used to collect and direct the light through a barrel that contains a lens or lens train.
A Fresnel lantern (pronounced frəˈnɛl or fruh-nel) is a common lantern used in theatre, which employs a Fresnel lens to wash light over an area of the stage. The lens produces a wider, soft-edged beam of light, which is commonly used for back light and top light.
Worklights provide general lighting backstage or in the house, and are often fluorescent fixtures. Work lights are almost always non-dimmed. House and work lights are usually off during performances but are occasionally included in the lighting design to establish focus or emphasize plot elements.
Scoop In stage lighting, an ellipsoidal reflector floodlight (sometimes known by the acronym ERF which is often pronounced "erf"), better known as a scoop, is a large, simple lighting fixture with a dome-like reflector, large high-wattage lamp and no lens.
Strip lights come in a large variety of colors. The many different colors available allows you choose the colors that will lift your mood, as proven by scientific studies. Remember, for multiple color strip lighting, you require an extra RGB remote controller for a smooth transition between, color, power, and brightness.