Whether you are an architect, museum director, nature supervisor or … here is inspiration for how to use StoryTeller in different environments. Scroll down through the catalog where you will find both descriptions and audio clips.
Make StoryTeller your local communicator and bring information, people and events closer together.
TRANSFORM URBAN SPACES
How is it possible to bring focus to ongoing projects that are changing surroundings and architecture? It is challenging to inform people about what is changing in the cityscape, how long some work will take, and why it happens. The spoken content can be changed as the project progresses.
INCREASE FOCUS ON…
The Nordic region’s many port areas and marine environments are perfect locations for interactive communication.
Here, StoryTeller can convey knowledge about maritime life, weather conditions or power in an innovative way.
INSPIRE TO ACTION
Let StoryTeller illustrate how you are working with one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and give the listener advise on how she can contribute – this is the kind of information that is useful in everyday life.
Bring the invisible, thought-provoking or forgotten stories to life with Storyteller.
MAKE IT A PART OF THE ROUTE
Highlight the special experiences on the route all year round. Show how the different seasons affect the landscape as the season changes. What plants and animals can you see at certain times of the year? Amplify the sounds of nature and create immersive and unique soundscapes.
HEAR THE ROTATING BLADES
Blow your visitors away with a gripping insight into the power of wind as a source of renewable energy. Zoom in on the latest news from Test Center Østerild – what’s being tested right now? How fast does the wind turbine rotate? How long are the blades of the largest wind turbine in the park?
DISCOVER WHAT IS HIDDEN TO THE EYE
Tell the story about your surroundings. You may see the hilly landscape winding down towards the water – but what you don’t see is the ice age and its massive forces that shaped the landscape you are looking at.
TRAVEL ALONG THE IRON COAST
The project conveys the harsh stories about life on the west coast of Jutland in Denmark. The waves of the North Sea have, over time, been the fate of even experienced sailors.
Six StoryTellers are placed at central locations along the shoreline between Thyborøn and Hvide Sande, including Bovbjerg Lighthouse, Flyvholm Rescue Station and Strandingsmuseum St. George.
Set the scene and create a special atmosphere
MEET THE KING OF KRONBORG
Turn back time and invite visitors to join one of Frederik II’s parties. People came from near and far to join the king’s infamous parties at the castle. Or tell them the story about how sailors didn’t dare to sail past the castle without paying the king his sound dues.
GET CLOSE TO UNIQUE ARCHITECTURE
Tell the stories about special monuments or characteristic buildings in the area. If the work is recent, it might even be possible to include the architect’s personal story behind the work – told by himself.
Storyteller challenges the traditional way of communicating knowledge and answering questions – even for those who cannot read.
ENTER AN INTERACTIVE MUSEUM
At any museum, StoryTeller will engage the guests in the exhibitions and make the experience more sensory. Use sound effects to create a special mood that sets people back to a certain time. It is also possible to connect headphones to StoryTeller.
EXPERIENCE PARKS AND SCIENCE MUSEUMS
StoryTeller gives you ample opportunities: Let well-known speakers convey fun facts about animals. Let a meteorologist talk about special weather phenomenon. Or send the visitors on a treasure hunt in the park to find special stories, experiences or seasonal events that they have to experience.
Københavns Universitet og Museernes Videncenter for Digital Formidling (MMEx) har udarbejdet et inspirationskatalog om natur- og kulturformidling i landskabet inklusiv analog og digitalformidling i landskabet.
Se videoen hvor Maja Steen Møller fortæller kort om det inspirationskataloget.
Øhavsmuseet Faaborg, De Kulturhistoriske Museer i Holstebro Kommune, Geopark Odsherred og Nationalpark Thy deler her deres tre bedste råd til at få flere ud i det fri. Mulighederne er mange og vi er naturligvis meget glade for at Ingeborg Svennevig mener at der er store perspektiver i lyd i landskabet med StoryTeller.