Vincent Van Gogh's 'Starry Night' is one of the most famous paintings in the world and a Greek artist has figured out a way to manipulate the painting to make it move. Artist Petros Vrellis was able to code an interactive light and sound show into the famous painting that can be controlled with your fingers or hand. Simply by swiping your finger or hand over the painting, you can actually pull the particles of the artist's paint daubs to move the night sky in any direction and making music as you

do so.

 Tell me you wouldn't want to play with this little program on your iPad. The creator has not made this publically available as of yet, but we can hope. Watch the video below which is very, very cool.