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More than three decades after the Titanic shipwreck was found at the bottom of the Atlantic, a new virtual reality experience takes users below the water's surface to explore the site.
Titanic the Exhibition allows history buffs to wander the reconstructed replicas of the bedrooms and hallways of the British liner and now includes the spectacular technology giving viewers the opportunity to journey through the wreckage.
Graphics - Line - Innovation - Audiences - Shipwreck
Stunning graphics made possible by front line innovation takes audiences into the shipwreck through a virtual dive vessel to the depths of the freezing waters.
Usually reserved for a select few, the VR experience fully immerses visitors below the water's surface, allowing a new perspective to be built around the remains of 'The Ship of Dreams'.
Artefacts - Survivors - People - Ship - Iceberg
While browsing more than 300 original artefacts from the survivors and the 1,495 people who died when the ship hit an iceberg on its way to New York on April 15, 1912 the showcase gives remarkable insight into the devastating tragedy.
A century after the Titanic sunk, observers are invited to put themselves in the place of the 2,208 passengers on board.
Imagine - Exhibitions - Production - Sydney - Life
The Imagine Exhibitions production voyaged to Sydney to bring to life the exhibition opened to the public at the Byron Kennedy Hall until February 4.
The exhibition features 375 artefacts, replicas of the ship’s rooms and the heartfelt stories of the passengers...
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