4th Dymension Software Company Presents Plymouth, Montserrat Recreation Project

Currently, 4th Dymension is working on a project aimed at capturing the lost city of Plymouth Montserrat, and preserving it in virtual space for the present and future generations of Montserratians and visitors.

4th Dymension Software Company Presents Plymouth, Montserrat Recreation Project

4th Dymension is planning to launch the Plymouth Recreation Project to the public on March 10th, at their location in the Ryan’s Complex.

4th Dymension, a software business that specializes in 3D modeling and the creation of virtual reality and augmented reality experiences, launched on 24th February, 2018. www.4thdymension.com

Captivating and immersive packages are produced by the group through the collective skill sets of 3D modeling, environment building, computer aided design and computer programming. Services provided by 4th Dymension are ideal for individuals and businesses who desire a 3D rendering of an object or plan, and would value visualizing such objects or environments in virtual reality space. Applications for the business’ service offerings include architectural renderings, prototype building, educational simulations and cultural preservation.

The business consists of Carlon Brathwaite operating as the Secretary, Dexter Small working as Treasurer, Jerely Browne as Vice-President, and Jhovan Daniel as Chief Executive Officer.

Dr. Samuel Joseph oversees operations as business advisor.

Currently, 4th Dymension is working on a project aimed at capturing the lost city of Plymouth, Montserrat, and preserving it in virtual space for present and future generations of Montserratians and visitors alike. The venture, which was commissioned to the group by Dr. Joseph, is named ‘Plymouth Recreation Project’.  

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On the 18th of July, 1995, the Soufriere Hills Volcano in Montserrat erupted, changing life on the island forever. The 1995 eruption, along with subsequent eruptions has rendered three quarters of the island uninhabitable, and has buried the capital city of Plymouth under millions of cubic feet of ash. The Plymouth Recreation Project aims to recreate the lost city, through the use of road and geographical maps along with pictures taken of places in the city. This undertaking’s goal is of historical and cultural preservation – creating the city of Plymouth in a virtual space for generations of locals and visitors alike. The end result of the Plymouth Recreation Project is to allow persons to walk through the streets of Plymouth in virtual reality. Virtual reality is the term used to describe a three-dimensional, computer generated environment which can be explored and interacted with by a person. Users are afforded this experience through Virtual Reality headsets.

With regard to the recreation of the Plymouth Recreation Project, Carlon Brathwaite is the Drafting Technician who is in charge of constructing buildings throughout the project.

Jhovan Daniel is a 3-D modeler tasked with creating different objects ranging from lamp posts to cars. Jerely Browne is the Environmental Artist in charge of creating the world environment. Mr. Daniel and Mr. Browne also share the task of creating materials for the objects created to give the project a more realistic look. Dexter Small is the Programmer for the project, who is in charge creating the user interface and allowing for different interactions between the user and the virtual world. The project was commissioned to the business by Dr. Samuel Joseph.

4th Dymension is planning to launch the Plymouth Recreation Project to the public on March 10th, at their location in the Ryan’s Complex. At this time persons on the island will get an opportunity to try out the virtual reality headsets and explore portions of Plymouth in virtual reality space. The project will be open to the public for the month of March.