In addition to these elements, printed documents could be used as a media. Slides of the presentation could be taken as printouts and can be distributed beforehand to the audience. This will help audience follow the presentation better and hence makes the interpretation more efficient.
A Guided tour interpretation technique happens where there is a guide allotted for tourists. The guide takes the people to different tourist locations based on a plan. The guide shows them the tourist location and describes it to them. In a guided tour, the tourists would be new to the area. They would want someone to present information to them so that they hire a guide. For example, a person who is interested in architecture and historic buildings when visiting France for the first time will need the services of a tour guide to show him the important spots.
Point duty interpretation is required when the person helping the tourist must stay at a spot. For example, a person could be asked to stand at the entrance of the Museum to point out different galleries for people which they would be interested in. An architectural student will want to visit the gallery for architecture first and point duty interpreter will help him or her. The person would be focal to everybody that enters either the exhibit setting or would be entering a spa or a museum etc.