Everybody is getting information faster, trying to absorb it, learn from it, but it can be too much! With attention spans shrinking it becomes very difficult to help somebody learn history without poking them with a stick every five seconds.
We at Custom Entertainment Solutions do not endorse poking people with sticks.
Instead, we open creative, hungry minds to new information using animatronics!
The City of Belton, in conjunction with the local history museum housed in a 100-year-old train station, wanted to bring in more guests to view their railroad exhibit and assist in the learning of local history.
For example, the history of trains in the US is vast and contains many details that train aficionados hold dear. To tell a few minutes of detailed history to a child can be a challenge. But to have an animatronic robot tell it they become fascinated! Everybody is entertained. The best part: the story teller (animatronic) always tells it perfectly!
From the museum, “We are thrilled with our animatronic robot. It was so precious to see the children making him come to life with the touch of a button. It scared quite a few until their parents assured them that he was perfectly harmless. You can see the confusion and trepidation on some of their faces, but they definitely warmed up to him after a few minutes. There were older people, too, who were enthralled by him and listened to all the stories he told. One older gentleman, as he walked away, said, “Well, I’ll be! That’s amazing!” Many of the older folks also recognized Paul Brown’s voice from his radio and TV newscasts, so they had an added connection to the robot. He felt, to them, as if he were an old friend.”
You can see him in the new museum HERE
This is a custom animatronic train conductor, but…