The Sono-System is the perfect audio-guide for museums and other types of expositions. It offers the functionality of existing audio-guides, but with several additional benefits:
With the ‘point and hear’ technology, users simply point the Sonopen at a sound label and hear the sound. This means that sound pieces of all lengths and types (music, commentary) can be distributed throughout an exposition, thus adding a new dimension of interactivity and playfulness for users.
Sound labels can be made in any colour, shape, or size. And they can be placed anywhere in the exposition, even on the exhibits themselves. Thus, sound becomes an integrated part of the exposition. This feature is especially interesting for science museums, corporate museums, mining museums, aquariums and other specialized expositions.
Customized sound for each user group:
With the Sono-System, you can easily tailor sound content to the interests of different user groups, such as professionals, art collectors, children, and teenagers, to name a few. For example, a museum could place special sound labels at a lower height to attract children. An exposition could offer ‘blue’ sound labels targeted at connoisseurs.
Easy to switch between sound pieces:
A Sono label can contain multiple sound pieces represented by different symbols. With this feature, users can instantly switch between different languages. They can hear a commentary about an exhibit in the ‘original language’, and then immediately switch to a translation in their language of choice. If a user is particularly interested in a certain exhibit, he could listen to the ‘standard explanation’ and then point on the symbol for the advanced explanation.