It's the talk of the office now. We are uneasy, working under the ever-inspecting eyes of the cameras installed at the corners of the office floors. Bloody intruders!
“What they are trying to convey?"
"Simply that you are under scanner. So you are to ensure that you are maintaining the decorum of the office."
"But was that not the way things were going in the office before? I have never heard some one doing something unwarranted in the office space."
"Why have you forgotten that walls elevators were converted to graffiti boards?"
"Some one with a freaky mind must have done that but that does not mean that you will indict every one for that incident."
"Why do not you just ignore them? If you are doing nothing that is questionable, why should you bother about those cameras? You will just get familiar to it in a few days."
Logically it's true. Unless you are not wrong, you need not worry about the laws and restrictions. But how can I ignore the fact that these mechanical intruders have tremendously narrow view. That "to see is to believe" is not applicable for the cameras as they present a sallow view of the things.
Dimensions can be filtered out by a deliberate selection of the angle, something the visual media utilize to spice up and increase the commercial value of the product. Now it's my turn to taste spice.