The most technologically advanced expedition of the Titanic wreckage ever will begin next month, where scientists will be able to literally recreate everything in a realistic 3D presentation.
As the Titanic nears its 100th anniversary, a team of scientists will descend upon the shipwreck for 20 days and use highly advanced digital imaging equipment to develop an immersive 3d "map" that will be made available to the public.
James Cameron's blockbuster film about the disaster will be making a comeback in 2012, with the release of Titanic 3D. Cameron is directly involved with the 3D conversion of the film.
The re-release of the film will be part of the ship sinking's 100th anniversary, but it's not yet known if the new 3D recreation project will also be part of that.
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