HONOR, a leading smartphone brand, presents Artology: Explore Art & Technology with You(th) at H Queen’s HART Hall. The unifying theme of this event – Artology – portrays the synergy between technology and art and its impact in the art scene while expressing HONOR’s view on technological innovation and design craftsmanship.
The event features an art installation designed by top artist in Asia, HONG YI RED. Red’s artwork will be complemented by an audio-visual set-up arranged and produced by notable local artist – Choi Sai Ho. Together, it is an arresting display of colors and sounds – a truly immersive and memorable experience for all.
At the See the Unseen zone, visitors will also be the first ones to preview the future of smartphone technologies via interactive displays that accentuates the confluence of art and technology.
In this zone, visitors will also be able to experience the technology behind the world’s first 48-megapixel rear camera powered by the Sony IMX586 sensor and see the evolution of smartphone screens – from the earliest 18:9 bezel-less display to HONOR’s latest All-View Display. One of the technology zone features an eye chart composed of famous landmarks and icons of the world, and a replica of Hong Kong’s most iconic street scene. Visitors are encouraged to use the HONOR smartphones to reveal the camera’s capability to create beautiful images with unrivalled clarity. While at the smartphone display zone, visitors can comprehend the design-thinking HONOR has to create the world’s first bezel-free, in-screen camera display for an ultimate viewing experience.
Before 2016, most phones came in just three colors: black, white and gold. Since then, HONOR has led the advancement of design and paved the way for new and trendy smartphone colors. Earlier this year, HONOR launched the HONOR 8X in the all-new Phantom Blue and the HONOR 10 Lite in gently gradient Sky Blue. Today, HONOR smartphones boost an array of colors, from Ultra-Violet (Pantone color of 2018) to the infinite ever-changing color that visitors see on the Aurora artwork.