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New Computer Generated Imagery Shows Exactly How Titanic Sank In North Atlantic Ocean In 1912

Titanic sank on 15 April in 1912 in North Atlantic Ocean after hitting an iceberg. The main criminal for this tragic incident was an iceberg. However, James Cameron tried to bring the exact incident through his blockbuster movie Titanic. In that movie, the explorer used a computer generated imagery (CGI) to represent the exact sinking scene. But now, James Cameron and his team pull together a new CGI of how they believe the Titanic sank and reached the ocean floor. Really, this describes more better than previous computer generated imagery.


The movie Titanic was released in 1997 which represents the sinking incident of RMS Titanic. There was a computer-graphics-animation on the sinking of the unsinkable RMS Titanic in the movie Titanic. That animation was really good, but the director of that film, James Cameron along with National Geographic have released an even better CGI of that tragic event.

The new animation shows how Titanic hit the iceberg, how water boarded on the the ship and flowed, how it broke from the middle and how exactly it landed on the ocean floor. Watch the exclusive video.

April 15, History Channel brings a two-hour exclusive video documentary of Titanic’s Wreckage. Don’t forget to watch the documentary because lots of mysteries are going to reveal on that day.

Source : Nat Geo

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