Many cultural relics will be displayed in museums, because museums are carriers of history and culture, so people usually visit museums in their free time. Museums generally have docents to provide visitors with explanations of the cultural relics on display, because without the introduction of docents, the history behind these relics would not be known at all. In addition to manual explanations, the museum tour guide system is also a way to provide explanations and introductions to visitors. Since the museum tour guide system uses automatic induction mode explanations, as long as the visitor brings the receiving device and walks within the signal range, it will automatically play the audio explanation of this point. Just install the signal transmitter next to the cultural relics that need to be introduced. No cumbersome wiring is required, and the overall display will not be damaged.
In addition, another advantage of the museum tour guide system is the multi-language explanation mode, which can import different languages from many countries into the device, so that foreign visitors only need to switch languages with one click when visiting. The emergence of the museum tour guide system has eased the work of museum docents, because docents need to receive hundreds or even thousands of visitors every day and provide them with audio explanations. A museum tour guide system is available, which visitors can use directly and learn about the historical stories of the artifacts displayed in the museum, even without the introduction of a docent. If the museum chooses to use this kind of tour guide system, it can also improve the overall museum, leave a good visiting experience and impression for visitors, improve the efficiency of reception, and help the docents work.