An Interactive "Starry Night"

Categories: Morning Buzz
starry night.jpg
Petros Vrellis isn't afraid to touch the artwork. The 
Greek multimedia artist is known for his applications of a software called OpenFrameworks, which enables the manipulation and animation of images. 

And for his latest application/art piece, he applied the technology to Vincent Van Gogh's classic "Starry Night".

In Vrellis' demonstration, "Starry Night" is turned into 80,000 particles moving around 30 frames per second on a 1,920-by-1,080 resolution screen, which is a lot of numbers and tech talk, so you might have to see the video after the jump to believe him. 

Follow Jackalope Ranch on Facebook and Twitter and Pinterest.

Sponsor Content

My Voice Nation Help

absolutely awesome ,I am so impressed and will share 

Now Trending

Phoenix Concert Tickets

From the Vault