Interactive "Starry Night" adds a touch of movement

Petros Vrellis created this interactive, animated version of Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night, where the viewer can send impressions swirling with a touch. [Creative Applications] Previously.



  1. I once took mushrooms and saw this painting at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. This is exactly what it looked like.

  2. I thought the Second Life version of “Starry Night” was even better, back in the day.  You could wander the streets of the painting!

  3. Congrats Petros Vrellis for carrying forward the dream seen by Van Gogh and thanks Roger Weiss for evincing it. Art never has any constraint, it’s a free flowing expression. Artist develops a universe around the concept. It’s like a black hole that grapples, gratifies and swallows viewers mind. Viewer’s freedom is also deliberate act of an Artist to play with viewer’s mind. Don’t u think same things happen with us in real world…

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