The Hockey Hall of Fame (HHFM), located in Toronto is one of the premiere destinations for hockey fans. Established in 1943, HHFM is dedicated to memorializing those who have contributed to developed Canada's great winter sport -- ice hockey.
As part of its continual pursuit in providing attendees with new and unique ways to experience Canada’s favorite sport, HHFM recently unveiled a series of new interactive exhibits within the TSN/RDS Broadcast Zone. The most recent, and one of the most popular, being the new TSN SportsCentre Studio. The exhibit was designed as a replica of the TSN SportsCentre Studio set and offers guests the opportunity to test their sports anchor skills in front of a live camera and teleprompter.
Designed by Terry Heard Design and built by Holman, the interactive SportsCentre Studio exhibit give guests an authentic in-studio experience. All guests’ performances are recorded using the Cisco GameCAM Video System. This allows participants to download the video and have a keepsake that they can share online/social media.
The exhibit has become a popular attraction for hockey fans of all ages and has provided a photo-opp which can be seen on profile pictures across all social media platforms.
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