Step inside the works of van Gogh with immersive exhibit in Montreal

A new immersive art exhibit in Montreal lets visitors feel like they're stepping into the works of Vincent van Gogh.

Brushstrokes appear several feet wide, as more than 200 works, such as Starry Night and The Yellow House, are blown up and split into panels, giving visitors a 360-degree view of the paintings projected onto the walls and floor.

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