First full-size scan reveals Titanic wreck as never seen before
Finally tonight, here are the remarkable new images of the Titanic. Tonight, the Titanic as you’ve never seen it before.
A team of research scientists using submersible cameras to map the Titanic to a level of detail and clarity never done until now. Creating the first full size digital scan ever of the ship.
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The precision 3D model revealing the wreck from multiple angles. The bow, the stern, the boiler, the propeller and radio room.
Even the grand staircase and staterooms. The Magellan Research Company taking footage and more than 700,000 images. Putting it all together to create this new scam.
The Titanic sank 111 years ago, 1912. More than 1500 people dying. Tonight, Atlantic Productions, a partner in this project saying this breakthrough allows the team to use scientific methods to reveal the details of the tragedy and uncover information about what really happened to the crew and passengers on that fateful night. Tonight, here the remarkable new.
Images of the Titanic after more than a century at the bottom of the ocean. Wow. Technology giving us a new view.
Parkinson described the mission as “challenging,” referencing the team’s fight against “the elements, bad weather, and technical challenges.”
Whereas previous optical images of the ship were limited by low light level and the poor light quality 12,500 feet below water, the new mapping technique has “effectively taken away the water and let in the light,” the press release said.
According to 3D capture specialist Gerhard Seiffert, the “highly accurate photorealistic 3D model” has enabled people to zoom out and look at the entire wreck “for the first time.”
“This is the Titanic as no one had ever seen it before,” Seiffert added.
According to Stephenson, this mapping will herald the “beginning of a new chapter,” for Titanic research and exploration.