The quest to map absolutely everything has taken another step forward with Google allowing third parties, such as tourist boards, to have a go on its Street View Trekker gear.
The search giant has launched a pilot enabling organisations to apply to use the camera kit to take 360 degree photos.
The clip below of Japan's Hashima Island, used in the filming of the James Bond Skyfall film, is a good example of what can be achieved:
According to the search giant's Lat Long blog, Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau is the first partner and Google will open up the pilot to other organisations in the coming months and invites anyone interested to apply.
This is the latest in a series of developments from Google Maps including its purchase of Waze, its bid to crowdsource gaps in map content and the addition of flights to its Maps.
Not sure how heavy the Trekker equipment is but would certainly expect some exciting images to make their way online in the coming months.