Google Street View is becoming increasingly ingrained into the modern consciousness. When you’re looking for a new apartment, you hop onto Street View to check out the quality of the neighborhood. When you’re bored, you find people caught doing funny and embarrassing things, by a Street View car. You can even explore the Amazon from the safety and comfort of your computer chair. Now, Google teamed up with CERN, and we can explore the CERN labs from that very same computer chair.Street View allows us to navigate CERN’s underground tunnels and control centers, and get an up-close look at the fancy machinery housed within. The new digital view of CERN is not only cool, but allows scientists that are actually working on CERN-based experiments from across the world to inspect the equipment whenever they need to.Noted among CERN’s twisted tunnels, Street View lets us check out the famed Large Hadron Collider, the ATLAS detector, and the LHC’s Compact Muon Solenoid. You can also make your way down the LHC’s famed tunnel, and pretend you’re particle that has escaped collision, and is looking for a way out of your scientific prison. Of course, you can also pretend you’re in a real-life version of Half-Life, because if the game’s events ever come to pass in real life, it’ll definitely be the LHC’s fault.Google used the Street View Trike to collect the images, which is how the company navigates areas that would be too difficult for a car to pass through. The Trike took six-sided panoramic images every three meters.The project is ongoing, so what you can currently view isn’t the end of Google’s foray into CERN, as images will be added in the future.