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New full-size scans of the Titanic wreck have revealed it like never before seen

By: April Carson

A first full-scale digital scan of the Titanic, showcasing the entire wreckage in unprecedented detail and clarity, has been completed by deep-sea researchers. The companies behind a new documentary on the wreck announced this on Thursday.

A team of researchers spent six weeks last summer in the North Atlantic mapping the wreckage of the ocean liner and its surrounding debris field. Using two remotely operated submersibles, they discovered scattered personal belongings of the ship's passengers, including shoes and watches.

The new scans, which provide 4K resolution images, show the wreck in breathtaking detail, revealing aspects that were previously hidden from view. The images offer a unique and rare opportunity to see the Titanic in its entirety, as it lies on the ocean floor.

Anthony Geffen, who leads documentary maker Atlantic Productions, said the Titanic II is an exact "digital twin" replica of the original ship in every detail. "From the hull of the ship to the interior cabins, every aspect has been replicated to create an unprecedented visual experience," he said.

On its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, the Titanic struck an iceberg off Newfoundland in the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912. Within hours, the luxury ocean liner sank, claiming the lives of around 1,500 people.

Deep under the sea, approximately 12,500 feet (3,800 meters) below, there lies a wreck discovered way back in 1985. The location is approximately 435 miles (700 kilometers) away from the Canadian shoreline.

Now, almost 110 years later, the story of the Titanic has come alive again in the form of a replica being built by Blue Star Line. The project will be led by Clive Palmer, an Australian mining magnate with a passion for maritime history and exploration. The vessel is expected to set sail from Dubai in 2022.

Geffen revolutionizes the way we view the Titanic wreckage with a groundbreaking photorealistic 3D model. Unlike previous images limited by low light levels, this model captures the bow and stern sections, which separated upon sinking, in clear detail. Unveiling minute features such as the serial number on the propeller, this model lets us appreciate the magnitude of this historic tragedy like never before.

After seven months of rigorous data collection, researchers are poised to release a documentary on their groundbreaking project next year. They anticipate that the cutting-edge technology will not only offer insight into the Titanic's untimely demise, but also enable people to engage with history in an entirely new manner. With this innovative approach, the past is more accessible than ever before.

While much of the information on the Titanic's sinking has been based on speculation, the recent high-quality scans of the wreckage will allow future individuals to virtually explore the ship and its layout. With this technology, people will be able to see where the bridge was and gain a better understanding of this iconic tragedy. In addition, they can access artifacts from the ship and learn about what life was like at that time.

According to Parks Stephenson, a renowned Titanic specialist who played a pivotal role in the project, the modeling is a revolutionary breakthrough. With the detailed 3D scans of the wreckage, itbrings us one step closer to solving the mystery of the Titanic's sinking. The scans have already revealed unexpected damage to the ship's starboard side, indicating that the collision with the iceberg was more severe than previously thought. As researchers continue to analyze the data, they hope to gain further insights into the factors that led to the tragic loss of life on that fateful night.

"This discovery has revealed unprecedented details, allowing me to expand upon our current knowledge and view the Titanic wreck in a fresh way," stated Stephenson. "The data we've collected provides engineers with the opportunity to examine the exact mechanics that caused the ship's demise, bringing us closer than ever before to uncovering the true story of the Titanic disaster."

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April Carson is the daughter of Billy Carson. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from Jacksonville University, where she was also on the Women's Basketball team. She now has a successful clothing company that specializes in organic baby clothes and other items. Take a look at their most popular fall fashions on

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