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EarthshipTV Web Site Brings Titanic To Life

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RALEIGH, N.C. — The movie "Titanic," was certainly a blockbuster. Now producer James Cameron explores the world's most famous shipwreck in a big-screen documentary and a new Web site.

James Cameron and his brothers are making "Titanic" even more real with a new 3-D IMAX documentary. Cameron's brother, David, has created a Web site,


, that brings the adventure to you, complete with images and sound.

"When I was young, Titanic was a legend. It was a myth. It wasn't until I saw it with my own eyes that it became real," said Cameron.

Cameron and his crew developed a new camera system that will allow IMAX patrons to see Titanic inside and out in 3-D as though they were there.

Cameron, along with a Russian research ship and its two underwater rovers, used special camera-equipped robots to roam the massive wreck, which went down in 1912.

The Web site follows the crew of "Ghosts of the Abyss" through their remarkable journey.


Tom Lawrence, Reporter
Ron Pittman, Photographer
Kamal Wallace, Web Editor

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