Daily life objects
1.) Wind instruments can only be played with the nose by the inhabitants of Eplin, since their airways are not connected to the mouth.
2.) The Kwikwitula is played by plucking the strings from both sides while the body is clamped between the legs.
3.) The Batigogakakiu, is a traditional aloonian instrument. It has been around for over hundreds of years and is still widely used today.
Instead of books, the peoples have epins slices on which texts are written in spirals. This somewhat complicated method was created because information was held on biscuit slices very early. To make them as easy as possible, you made thin slices. In order to make them as stable as possible, you chose a round shape. In order to be able to use as much information as possible on a pane, it was started to engrave texts in spirals on the windows. So the spiral writing was invented.
Vehicles and Trasportation
1.) Shown is the front of a Uki-Shuttle. The tiny blue dot in the front is a Cube with 1x1m in size as reference.
2.) A single segment of a Uki-harbor
3.) Several segments are connected to each other and thus form a Uki-harbor.