Star Trek fans create ‘holographic deck’ in Los Angeles park

If you’re jogging in a park in North Hollywood, California, you might stumble upon the tributes to “Star Trek,”media reported. A Star Trek fan has transformed two ordinary metal towers, which are commonly used to build power lines on the ground, into geek shapes in an effort to find some fun. Set designer Arthur Chadwick transformed the metal tower into the Star Trek LCARS Holographic Deck Control Panel in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

On Sunday, Chadwick posted some photos of the holographic deck on Twitter, “I fixed these towers last week,” he wrote. “

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

In the Star Trek series, the holographic deck is a place on board where crews can get into virtual reality, learn new skills, or just take a break from the stress of work. Because everything is possible on the holographic deck, it eventually became a plot design for Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Unfortunately, the holographic deck found in North Hollywood Park is not as operational as the Enterprise.

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Below are some photos shared by netizens with this holographic deck.

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park

Star Trek fans create 'holographic deck' in Los Angeles park