Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the pixelated Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new corridors and rooms that you've never seen on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Any fan of the cult 90's sci-fi show should plot a course to PixelTrek.com at warp speed. A private passion project of digital artist 'Daniel', PixelTrek is a detailed recreation of the the U.S.S. Enterprise (Enterprise-D, for those of you about to ask) in glorious pixelated isometric form.
Using your mouse or keyboard, visitors can guide a Data-look-alike around the corridors and rooms of the ship - exploring areas from the show and others that never made an appearance. The restroom next to the bridge? You can visit it. That Jefferies tube next to the turbolift on level 3? You get the idea.
A work in progress, most of the corridors and rooms are fully furnished in immaculate detail (be sure to check out Data's quarters). While all the major stars of the show can be found, there aren't any options to interact. Prepare to boldly go a bit nuts for this one.