The latest product to come out of Google’s Android Experiments (which helped us draw our own selfie back at Mobile World Congress), Sprayscape lets you piece together a scene around you, using your phone’s camera.

Similar to your camera’s panorama mode, except it can take in parts of the world anywhere, not just in one spot along a straight line. The resulting image is dizzyingly cool.

The end photo looks like something a nauseated camera would barf up. But we mean that in a good way. Users aim their camera and press the shutter button to capture the moment. But then, when they move the smartphone, the app places the image in a virtual space, and does the same with the next image, and so forth, until the virtual area is filled. The result is a collage comprised of all the photos recently taken.

The app is currently on available for Android only.