Ars Electronica Last Supper Interactive / Franz Fischnaller, Haltadefinizione, Photo: Martin Hieslmair

Deep Space Special: Last Supper Interactive

Last Supper Interactive by Italian media artist Franz Fischnaller allows you to virtually immerse yourself in Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece “The Last Supper”. Explore the painting in 360 degrees from different angles and perspectives.

Entry: valid museum ticket
Tickets: 6 (children) and 12 (adults)
available at Museum Total Ticket

When zooming in down to one square millimetre, even the smallest details become visible in Haltadefinizione’s ultra-high-resolution gigapixel image. It is also possible to navigate through the two-dimensional plane of the fresco and virtually walk into and behind the famous painting. You can learn more about the historical context of the painting. We will show you the Dominican monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, where Leonardo created the masterpiece on the north wall of the refectory between 1494 and 1498 on behalf of his patron Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan.