The Cityscape Project


What is The Cityscape Project?

Approximately 7 feet past the window is a large single plane of wood with windows cut into it. The 7 x 11 foot plane of wood is actually two layers of wood with a ~1″ air gap where xmas lights are mounted to light up the inside. The front plane is thin (1/8″) and has the 1540 windows cut into it while the back plane of wood is 1/2″ sheets of plywood. The xmas lights (about 700 lights) are mounted behind the front plane so that the light bounces off of the plywood (back plane) to scatter the light so that pinpoints of light are not visible. The models of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings consist of multiple layers in order to simulate the effect of having lights shining on their own roofs.

The Klingon Language Institute


Because there aren’t enough real languages out there to learn.

Welcome to the Klingon Language Institute. That’s right, Klingon. Those bumpy headed aliens of Star Trek really have their own language, one which has far outgrown mere television and film. That’s what we’re about. We’re here to promote and support this unique and exciting language. So, whether you’ve just stumbled in here by accident, or lost a bet, or have sought long and hard for people who share your passion for the warriors’ tongue, come on in. Our site has information and resources to interest both skeptic and enthusiast alike. Join us in our exploration of the galaxy’s fastest growing language.