Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The pilot of small plane reportedly died Monday morning when the aircraft crashed into the Long Island Sound, according to local authorities and news reports. The pilot’s identity has not been released. His death was reportedly confirmed by Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley, according to SoutholdLocal.com. The U.S. Coast Guard, which was alerted to the downed plane by another aircraft, said the small, white, experimental plane, crashed just before 9 a.m. about eight miles north of Mattituck Inlet. The plane’s parachute was deployed, the U.S. Coast Guard said.The U.S. Coast Guard and rescue crews from Suffolk County Marine and Riverhead and Southold Emergency Medical Services all responded. The Federal Aviation Administration described the aircraft as an amateur-built, single-engine, fixed wing Raven. The FAA said it was told by the U.S. Coast Guard that the plane was found submerged in the water. “Agencies are assessing the situation and the cause of the accident is currently under investigation,” the U.S. Coast Guard said in a statement.Southold Town Police has not returned a call for comment.
Brookville, IN—Franklin County Health Officials announced receiving six new positive results for COVID-19, bringing Franklin County’s total positive cases to 50. All six new cases are adults. No further information about the patients will be released due to privacy laws.Health Department officials also announced that seven more individuals met the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for release from quarantine. Officials urge citizens that as the weather gets warmer, it is still vital to stay at home except for essential travel.
A new West Donegal company has tapped into tech to offer a brand new perspective on property plans.Imagine walking around a building to check out the design before it’s even built – that’s what Virtual Teic is doing with brand new technology.The Gweedore-based company takes 2D building plans and builds a 3D virtual model for people to see a real representation of their building. Furniture, and kitchens, windows, doors are added for people to see as they ‘walk through’ the rooms. In this way, they can make decisions on changes they would like to make on room sizes, kitchen layouts, doors, windows and walls and interior design.No more of “I wish we had made that window bigger”, or “if that wall should have been moved to another position, we could have had more room”.The 3D design can be viewed either through Virtual Reality hardware (goggles) or a high-quality render 360° model. Virtual Teic can also use a drone to take an image of the house location to add an exterior view of the surrounding area and views of the building into the plans.“The response has been amazing and there hasn’t been anyone who has used it that hasn’t been in awe of its capabilities,” said Paul McMahon, Design & Sales at Virtual Teic.Virtual reality is said to be the next wave of technological revolution – and this experience brings a wow factor to building plans.“Most people now get plans and a lot of people can’t visualize real problems like spatial awareness, window and door positions relative to the space in the room or the positioning of important elements from the plans and the design of rooms. All they see are lines on a page, so to have this tool, this service we are offering, is a great device for people who can’t visualise what the house will finally look like,” Paul said.Virtual Teic Gweedore launch. Photo Clive WassonAlthough the technology is high end and relatively expensive, Virtual Teic offer this service at a reasonable cost and their model production time is minimal.It has to be seen to be believed! If you’d like to immerse yourself in a unique new building experience, check out virtualteic.com or call 0892479088 Virtual Reality experience revolutionises house design in Donegal was last modified: August 15th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:g-teicGweedoreplanningpropertyVirtual Realityvirtual teic