Google has announced that they are now indexing imagery and content provided by Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This data is now accessible through their Google Goggles mobile apps.
The company said:
We’ve teamed with the Metropolitan Museum of Art to bring their art collection to life in Google Goggles. We want art patrons to be able to bridge the physical art world with the online world in new, easy-to-use ways. So now no matter where you spot an image of art from the Met’s collection, you can simply snap a picture of it with Goggles and get detailed information about its history, the bibliography of its creator, or even the story of the collection — including info from the recently launched mobile-optimized version of the Met’s website.