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Follow Spot Light
Used for special highlighted features of the set or an actor. This lamp provides a great amount of control of the light beam and can move to follow the action on stage.
Very Brief History:
The follow spot originated as the "limelight." This intense light source was developed in 1826 in Scotland. It burned oxygen and hydrogen against of block of lime, which was heating to incandesence. The limelights were fitted with lenses in 1860.
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