The year was 1912. The Titanic ship (Titanic Image) started sailing in the Atlantic Ocean. But, after the start of the journey, a great accident happened. The ship capsized after hitting an iceberg. And then the history is known to all. Unseen images of the sunken Titanic have now come to light.
Titanic in public after 111 years
The wreckage of the Titanic has been lying at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean for over 111 years.. A couple of times that picture has been made public but it is dim. That image came out in a very small form. However, this is the first image of the complete wreckage of the Titanic to be made public. The whole world is shaking after seeing that terribly beautiful picture.
Images of the dusty and rickety decks of large ships, the battered sailors’ cabins or the Titanic’s halls covered in mud have been captured with the help of ocean image mapping. If you look at the pictures, it seems that all the water has been removed from the Atlantic and is at the bottom of the sea The scene of this huge abandoned ship has been caught on camera.
3D image of the Titanic
The wreckage of the Titanic sunk in the abyss of the Atlantic Ocean was caught on camera (Titanic Image Captured). The image was lensed through 3D scanning. As a result, this was the first complete ship to be seen in a photograph.In 2022, researchers started taking photos of the Titanic ship. Researchers spent nearly six weeks under the Atlantic Ocean scrambling to piece together the wreckage. Two vehicles were sent under the sea. Name Romeo and Juliet. The two vehicles collected 16 terabytes of data. From there, Titania was imaged using 3D scanning.
Will change the cause of ship accidents?
basically The wreckage of the world-famous Titanic is in the North Atlantic. This section is about 650 meters from the Canadian coast. Titanic is 13 thousand 123 feet below sea level.
Two companies named Magellan Limited and Atlantic Productions have done the work of creating pictures of the wreckage of the Titanic through three-dimensional scanning. According to the researchers of these institutions, the release of this photo may change the forever perception of the shipwreck.