Even though we can not see it – the sound – it is a sense and not least a strong communication medium that is really in the spotlight all around the world at cultural institutions.
How can we tell stories and share information about UNESCO world heritage, site, areas or urban spaces?
StoryTeller brings stories to life with sound – a sustainable, stand-alone and interactive landmark that tells you stories and shares information.
Audio communication allows you to:
Turn the handwheel – create energy and sound and let your imagination and emotions unfold.
No need for external electricity or batteries – the user creates the energy. This is a stand-alone solution.
Through our sustainable and innovative solutions, we aim to create present experiences that inspire, convey and provide food for thought at different kinds of museums, urban spaces and outdoor areas.” – Ole Jönsson, Creative Director
Lots of research are done in the field of analogue and digital audio communication.
One of the important factors are:
Accessibility – think about how you can minimize barriers for the user. For example, an app has far more barriers, than a simpler, interactive solution where the user has to turn on a physical product to create sound.
This can actually cause the number of activations of the audio communication to go from approx. 0.5 percent to 50 percent.
Already in 2011 our company met with the Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (in the middle of the photo) to talk about more sustainable solutions. This event took place in Frederiksborg Castle Gardens.
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Our StoryTeller is a huge succes on the Scandinavian market and it is time to explore the international markets. Contact us, if you are interested in joining our adventure in the American continent.
By answering the questionnaire you share your knowledge about the current status of the use of audio communication as well as the specific challenges associated with designing and using audio communication in practice.
Contact Director Sofie Halkjær
Mobile: + 45 30 11 63 23
EnergiLeg is based in Elsingore – one of the Danish royal palaces Kronborg Castle, Willam Shakespeare and Hamlet are some of the things this town is famous for.
EnergiLeg is Scandinavia’s leading manufacturer of interactive human powered or renewable energy audio communication and learning equipment. The Storyteller is one of the danish designs made by EnergiLeg.