Imagine that you could take any video clip and transform it into the art style of a classic painter with a click of a button. That's the process that researchers at Germany's University of Freiburg have been working on thanks to the advancement of computer learning. The team has learned that it's now possible for computers to watch the action on screen and effectively see the elements that make up each frame. It can then trace the outlines of, for instance, the actors in the foreground, and re-skin them with any art style you choose. For instance, the team took scenes from British TV series Miss Marple and made them look as if they'd been painted by Van Gogh during his Starry Night phase.