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Mark D. Holdridge

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Employment History

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Market Promotions


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Hello world ! VRMAG - ISSUE 20 in FullScreen QuickTime VR

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Mark Holdridge, of Market Promotions, created a 50-mile aerial panorama of the Costa Rican coast with over 100 links to local properties and attractions.
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VRMAG - VR SKY TOUR OF COSTA RICA

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Mark Holdridge of Market Promotions must have had people like my friend in mind when he spent two years considering ways to tour a 50-mile stretch of beach on the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.
I wondered how Holdridge cottoned on to all this. "In the winter of 2003 I went on a 30-day trip to Costa Rica with talented project partner Dea Million," he explains. "We planned on shooting a few VRs and ended up shooting many. At the end of the trip I went up in an ultra-light and shot five miles of aerials down the coast near the town of Dominical on the South Pacific side of the country. I then stitched the aerial photos together and made an interface for all the tours we shot on the ground. I then coined the name VRskyTour and bought the domain." Holdridge then returned to Costa Rica this past winter for a 90-day trip and found himself popular with the locals for the previous year's tour, which was used by the local tourist office and his customers to show people around. On this visit, Holdridge shot more aerial photos and extended the tour to 50 miles, comprised of 80 aerial shots with over 100 links to properties for sale, places to stay, and local activities. The image used to make the main pano is a six inch by ten foot jpg Holdridge is currently working with photographers Bruce Chalgren and Ed Fink on a similar project in Minneapolis, to be released this spring/summer.


VRMAG - V-Artist Archive

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Mark Holdridge, of Market Promotions, created a 50-mile aerial panorama of the Costa Rican coast with over 100 links to local properties and attractions.


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