According to the statement made by Togg, USE, which represents the features that it defines as user-centric, smart, emphatic, connected, autonomous, shared and electric (electric), Expressing the concept of CASE Mobility with digital art, Togg offers Mode Art, the world’s first online digital art publishing platform, to its users.
Mode Art, a digital art application developed by Togg’s digital platform Trumore and Neva XR, turns smart devices into an art gallery. With this app, users can view and display original digital artworks on their T10X, download the artworks and turn the background into an art gallery.
Aesthetic way to customize smart device
Mode Art gives a new direction to the quest for aesthetics by providing the opportunity to customize the interior ambience of the smart device. It also allows users to showcase their own NFT collections. With the application, art lovers have the opportunity to discover works of art around the world and examine the works of artists closely, while accessibility to digital works of art increases.
Featuring unique collections and artists
Artists Can Büyükberber, Nohlab, Mehmet Kızılay, Selay Karasu, Ahmet, who produce works based on Togg’s world of duality, such as “Human-Technology”, “East-West”, “Mind-Heart”, “Unity-Multiplicity” in Mode Art. Works by Said Kaplan, Güvenç Özel, Tiber Ergür and Berkan Alkan are featured.
Users can choose from unique collections, each of which is titled “Anatolian Heritage”, “Extraterrestrial”, “Machine Visions”, “Neo-Nature”, “Art of Light”, “Spectrum” and “Beyond Reality”.
There is also music therapy.
Another feature of the application stands out as music therapy. Mode Art, which offers users the opportunity to meditate with music, creates a unique music library option by combining the depths of classical Turkish music with the healing power of sound.
Those who do not have a smart device will also be able to view the collections on Mode Art’s page on Trumore. The Mode Art app is available to Trumore digital premium members and will be installed as standard on T10X deliveries in 2023.