With this new engaging and entertaining installation, the Copenhagen ZOO wants to increase both interest in and understanding of nature and its diversity among its grown-up and young visitors, tourists as well as Danes. Near the Humboldt penguins, Copenhagen ZOO has put up a StoryTeller which can ensure exactly this kind of communication.
“We expect the StoryTeller to make information available to everybody in a new and different way, that means that we can target more guests and we see it as a good alternative to our other means of communication such as signs and exhibitions throughout the garden” – says Louise Nordbjerg, Head of Communication and Education in Copenhagen Zoo.
The design of the StoryTeller has been carefully fitted to the visual identity of the Copenhagen Zoo.
The design of ZOO’s StoryTeller is also carefully adapted to the garden’s visual identity.
Storyteller is an interactive solution that powers itself and which makes it possible to communicate across age groups and languages. And as such the learning and knowledge that are being shared will be accessible for all guests in the ZOO.
StoryTeller is self-powering. It is the guests themselves that create the power when they turn the handle thus allowing them to hear the soundtrack from the StoryTeller. It means that the StoryTeller does not depend on cables and cords and can be placed almost everywhere.
Sofie Halkjær the managing director of EnergiLeg presents the Zoo StoryTeller in the video below.