man insane from jealousyThere are some items that you can use to improve the look of your workspace that will actually cause people to gravitate to your cubicle.  We’re talking about decor creations so cool that co-workers will be powerless to resist the urge to swing by again and again to get another look, only to sink into uncontrollable fits of jealousy and despair at the thought of going back to their own boring and mind-numbingly gray cubicle walls.

An enchanted forest adventure awaits you.

One such item is the astonishingly unique Woodlands moving picture diorama.  What you see when you first gaze into the canvas is an awe-inspiring 3D wooded landscape.

Majestic old oak trees make up the foreground and through their solid trunks and knotted branches you see a fresh green meadow speckled with bright yellow buttercups and other fragrant springtime flowers.

Further away, rows of proud poplars grow straight out of the ground like giant leafy pencils being pulled up by the sky, and beyond them, you see the deep blue haze of the sky itself.

 

The scene is strangely calming but at the same time, you get the thrilling sense that there is somehow something more here than at first meets the eye.  You are about to curse the activeness of your imagination and move on when you detect slow movement at the peripherals of your vision.  You slowly turn your head to look and you see a small orange-brown fox prancing gingerly across the grass.  Then up pops a floppy-eared rabbit followed by a squirrel and bashful white-tailed deer.  Now you hear the sharp cry of a black bird you didn’t even realize was there.

 

You are so taken aback by the vibrant forest life materializing before you that you take a step and land on a dead branch.  As if on cue, the woods go suddenly silent, the animals disappear and you are once again left on your own to wonder if anything ever actually happened at all.

A small motion sensor in the diorama’s frame causes the animals to move.

The diorama actually functions using a small motion sensor built into the picture’s frame and is powered by 4 AA batteries.  When there is nothing moving in your cubicle, the animals emerge.  As soon as the sensor detects movement, the animals quickly go back into hiding as if trying to conceal their existence from an untrusted stranger.

Wall decor that will surely put a smile on your face.

The effect achieved is nothing short of delightful and will likely never fail to put a smile on your face.  Don’t be surprised if you keep finding yourself going back to your interactive forest scene to say hi to your cute new animal friends.  It’s lightweight for its size and is well suited to cubicle panels and fabric covered walls.  A wall mount hook is fixed to the backing for quick and easy hanging.

Special Note:  If you decide to try and feed the animals, it’s a good idea to make sure no one’s watching first.

Quick Specs

  • measures 14.3 x 1.5 x 10.5 inches
  • weighs 1.4 pounds
  • functions using a small motion sensor
  • 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • activated via ON/OFF switch
  • quick and easy to hang

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