There's a decent chance that, at some point in your Internet-surfing life, you've probably pulled the little yellow peg man onto a Google map and taken a look at a 360-degree image of your street.
How'd you like to do that with the Wells Fargo Center?
A friend of ours inside the building gave us a heads up that the Google Street View team was on site at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday, mapping the building with these futuristic machines that likely will one day become our overlords.
The team is also supposed to walk around the exterior of the building wearing one of these.
And to give you an idea what you'll be able to see inside, check out what they've already done with Lucas Oil Stadium:
If you play around with it long enough, you can see inside the stadium, the concourse, the club boxes and even the locker room.
No word on whether the team will be crossing over 11th and/or Pattison to map the Lincoln Financial Field or Citizens Bank Park while they're here.
We'll be entertaining ourselves at Universal Studios and Sea World in the meantime: