360Village Interactive Since 1999

Featured Interactive Projects

Clients:    Viceroy Resort & Residences, Anguilla, British West Indies

Clients:   and Still Water Interactive

Project:    Photography and Total 360° Images

The $750 million Viceroy Anguilla Resort on the Caribbean island of Anguilla was under construction when 360Village founder Dan Stone first photographed it in 2009. A model home was finished and ready for a Total 360° virtual tour, and a number of 360s of the site showing future key amenities' locations were needed. To help market unfinished units, panoramic still photos were created showing views from sites of future units. Dan returned in 2010 to photograph the amazing finished property including its many pools, restaurants and spectacular beaches. Please visit ViceroyAnguilla.com.

Client:    Sonoma State University, Entrepreneurial Activities
Project:  Photography and Total 360° Images

The Entrepreneurial Activities group at Sonoma State has relied on 360Village to promote multiple revenue producing facilities at the University. The first project involved showcasing the six distinct housing villages with their swimming pools and other amenities. More recently, the magnificent Green Music Center and Prelude Hospitality Center were shot for online and print marketing purposes in both 360° and still photo formats. 360Village delivered a copy/paste ready online implementation for their IT staff to incorporate into existing web page templates. Please visit Sonoma.edu.

Client:    Economic Development Department, City of Pleasant Hill, Ca
Project:  Interactive Map, Photography, Total 360° Images and Video

360Village worked in conjunction with the local Chamber of Commerce to develop the Interactive Community Guide. The Guide promotes tax-generating businesses selected by the City (e.g., hotels, restaurants and retail stores), showcases area amenities for visitors, and helps keep citizens informed of local events and meetings. 360Village developed a unique virtual tour integration for the Guide to enable our Total 360° images to be displayed directly within the Google Maps interface.

For more examples of our interactive work please see the Featured Web Projects page, which showcases client work with both interactive and web site development components.