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Starscape: Fiber Optic Star Lighting Systems Unretouched image of a Starscape Custom Harness System installed by Admit One Cinema (Edina, MN) Fiber optic star ceiling lighting has carved a unique niche for itself in the commercial and residential lighting market because the end emitting points are small and very bright, and many points of light can be created using one light source, or lamp.  Today, fiber optics is the de-facto choice of lighting designers to simulate a star-filled night sky on your ceiling.  The star ceiling effect can be found in commercial theaters, restaurants, night clubs, hotels, casinos, award shows, concerts, spas, and even hospice and cancer treatment centers. More recently, family homes have begun to incorporate star ceilings to create unique lighting schemes in media and children’s rooms, sauna and bath areas, and pool houses. FTI's Starscape star ceiling system is unique in the market as the product is custom engineered for the site and delivered as a kit.  The star ceiling system installs in the shortest amount if time when compared to the general offering of spooled fiber and light source. In addition to the Starscape custom star ceiling system (sounds expensive but is very cost effective), FTI also offers a range of pre-populated panels, smaller standard DIY kits, accessories including twinkle effect and shooting star effect, and extensive installation information with support from experienced engineers. Hundreds of contractors, designers, architects, and general electric installers have used FTI’s offering of star ceiling components in their projects. We are happy to showcase a few of these unique star ceiling projects along with information and project images to aide you in your research. Please click on the link below to view a state-by-state listing of Starscape star ceiling installers, designers, and contractors. Custom Designed Fiber Optic Star Ceiling Lighting for CEDIA Award-Winning Home Theaters!  Click Here for The Electronic House Collaboration Article

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