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March 29th, 2012
Scanning Titanic for the Future

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Thanks to recent advances in technology, marine archaeologists are finally able to make a full 3D map of the world’s most famous shipwreck more than 25 years after its discovery. RMS Titanic will never be raised from her resting place two and a half miles down. She can however be raised virtually for all to explore thanks to a new 3D map. April will see the first release of a ‘virtual’ Titanic, an enormously detailed interactive 3D map that will allow those of us who cannot afford $60,000 for a submersible dive an experience similar to diving down two and a half miles to the wreck itself. Read More

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