Huddly have announced that the Huddly IQ has won the 2018 Norwegian Award for Design and Architecture at the DOGA-merket.
The design team were recognised for their deep design of the Huddly IQ that provides a clean and functional design based on Scandinavian principles.
Huddly have stated that the award is a great acknowledgement of all the fantastic design work and efforts put in by the team, from the initial research into how users communicate and collaborate, understanding of how technology can improve the workflow, through to the specific details ensuring the final product is crafted to an extremely high standard.
The Huddly IQ is a camera designed for teams working in small spaces and huddle rooms. With a large field of view, integrated microphone array and built-in intelligence, the IQ ensures everyone is seen and heard, with the technology managing itself through automatic framing and AI adjustments. Everyone can just get on with their workflow, without being interrupted by the technology.
The Huddly IQ has been designed based on Scandinavian design principles, with the feel and materials used to match the high-quality image and audio quality – providing a complete professional experience in a compact and simple to use design.
The DOGA award for design and architecture is a distinction awarded to businesses based in Norway who demonstrate outstanding use of design and/or architecture, and aims to showcase products, solutions and projects that are strengthening creative talents and demonstrating the leadership of Norway in design for the future.