Flickr user Wonderlane has captured stunning images of this Microsoft 'Star Trek' sculpture, which looks like a hologram about to materialize.
The Microsoft 'Star Trek' sculpture is called 'Spock, Kirk and McCoy: Beaming-In (In-Between)' and was created by Devorah Sperber for the Microsoft office. The holographic effect is achieved using strings of translucent beads. Amazing!
Implications - These Star Trek sculptures signify a shift in the nature of office culture. Bland, boring work spaces are no longer the goal, with artwork added to offices to encourage creativity. If companies wish to create fun and positive environments for their workers, they need to tap into mainstream events and themes and find unique ways to incorporate them into the office.
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