Virtual Planit have created an amazing set of images for this wonderful development in the Bahamas. We are presently working on a new website, social networking channels, and a video.
This unique ocean front gated community successfully blends the exclusivity of a magnificent marina with panoramic waterfront and glorious beaches, to offer an idyllic lifestyle – unsurpassed even by Bahamian standards.
There’s an array of exceptional homes and a choice of individual lots waiting for you in Palm Cay, nestling on the south eastern shores of New Providence Island, home of the capital Nassau, in the middle of the Bahamas archipelago of over 700 islands.
Palm Cay Developments, in partnership with August Blake, has characteristically created Palm Cay to exceed the needs and fulfil the dreams of the most discerning homeowner; whether a permanent Bahamian, a regular holidaymaker or an impromptu visitor – dropping in whenever the mood takes you!
Palm Cay is much more than an exclusive gated community of stylish homes. It’s a lifestyle statement.
Bringing rare human anatomy to life, Virtual Planit are heavily involved in presenting otherwise inaccessible medical collections to the desktops of experts and students worldwide. Following extensive trials over the past 18 months the product was recently launched at The Barbican in London, and at the new AVIVA Stadium in Dublin.
The breakthrough with our unique methodology has seen the launch of fully interactive and annotated objects online, immersive iPhone and iPad applications, as well as stereo 3D projection – demonstrated on a 3m wide screen, and controlled with an X-Box controller!
Also available is a haptics colouring workstation which took the eye of Matt Zitzmann from Google, who expressed an interest in helping to develop online desktop solutions.
Enquiries also came from international photo libraries who want to market these products to some of the largest educational investment organisations in the world. As a result of these enquiries MEL has already negotiated favourable royalty terms for Europe, the USA, ASIA and South America.