Pritcher had watched the phenomenon of Lens Image expansion before but he still caught his breath. It was like being at the visiplate of a spaceship storming through a horribly crowded Galaxy without entering hyperspace. The stars diverged towards them from a common center, flared outwards and tumbled off the edge of the screen. Single points became double, then globular. Hazy patches dissolved into myriad points. And always the illusion of motion.There's nothing like old science fiction to make you feel like you're living in the future. Here, Asimov has a character in the far, far future be unnerved by what's basically that old Windows starfield screensaver.
-from Second Foundation by Isaac Asimov