Ever want to sneak inside a painting and look around? There's an app for that.
Tech-savvy artist Raúl Moyado Sandoval has combined the paintbrush with computer code to develop, " Mobile Cyclorama," a web app that offers 360-degree views of artworks reminiscent of Van Gogh, Monet and other masters.
By moving your tablet, you can peer around the paintings, scoping out the scenery, the sky, the ground, and anything else that might be hidden from view in a conventional piece.
Here's a video to tantalize your imagination:
Moyado's site also includes a timeline of 360 degree art - beginning with Robert Barker's invention of the "cyclorama" in 1793, more than two centuries before Google launched. So it's good to see modern technology catching up with art that's been around for centuries.