GAITHERSBURG, Md., June 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Human Circuit announced their Integration 2013 - Large Venue Award for working with Hewlett Packard (HP) on the new Media Gallery at the Newseum in Washington, DC. The editors of Commercial Integrator Magazine teamed up with the editorial staff of Techdecisions to judge the entries and using tenacity along with originality of thought and design as criteria, chose Human Circuit's entry as a winner. There were over 100 entries in 11 verticals this year that merited spirited debates – The Newseum project rose to the top of their large venue considerations as a result of the challenges that were addressed and how creative solutions were applied.
The HP New Media Gallery opened in April of 2012 and features more than 140 touchscreens and 145 video screens for streaming video. The eye-catching exhibit is extremely interactive and allows visitors to watch news in real time, explore key events, create customized news pages, compete in quiz games and view social media feeds.
Jim Hatcher, Human Circuit's CTO, said "We are proud to have been selected as the technology integration firm that was given the opportunity to participate in an effort to show the public how technology has drastically changed the collection and dissemination of the news. Empowering citizens, while challenging traditional media business models is a true turning point in news culture and we are happy to have been a part of that evolution".
Bruce Kaufmann, President and CEO of Human Circuit stated "With so many technology integration firms, doing so many projects, having CI and Techdecisions recognize our work at The Newseum is a fantastic endorsement for our company and our people."
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About Human Circuit
Since 1965, Human Circuit has been a company of proven creative thinkers and engineers who are dedicated to providing technology integration to clients in need of advanced video, audio, data and control systems used in communications, training, broadcast, streaming, and video on demand and presentation applications. With a video and IT-centric engineering core, Human Circuit designs and architects intuitive solutions that are aligned with a company's business objectives, anticipated growth and end-user needs.
Their extensive portfolio includes work for entertainment and sports venues, federal and state government entities, broadcast and television production studios, command and control centers, training facilities, distance learning centers, corporations and professional organizations, institutions of higher learning as well as medical and healthcare facilities.
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