Airdate: Titanic in 3D
Next week Foxtel will screen a new 3D special about the Titanic.
Foxtel will screen a new 3D special about the Titanic, brought to you by The History Channel -not to be confused with the re-released James Cameron film.
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking on Sunday, April 15, 1912 Titanic in 3D will rediscover the famous Titanic wreck and bring viewers closer than ever before, in a truly astounding and immersive expedition.
Produced by The History Channel and airing exclusively on Foxtel’s 3D Channel 201 from Sunday, April 8, Titanic in 3D will use advance sonar technology and cutting edge 3D cameras to deliver real time images two-and-a-half miles down to the ocean floor, revealing startling new details.
Crisscrossing 15 square metres of the wreck site, the 3D cameras will film never-before-seen sections of the Titanic. It is these astonishing new dimensions that have helped experts piece together stories from those who survived – and those who did not.
Titanic in 3D is the most extensive survey of the site ever undertaken and will help answer the 100 year old question of how the once proud ship became a mass of twisted steel on the bottom of the Atlantic.
Titanic in 3D is available to all Foxtel iQHD subscribers. Subscribers will also need a 3D capable TV in order to enjoy the full 3D experience.
Airs on 3D Channel 201
Sunday, April 8 through to Sunday, April 15
Session times 6:30pm, 7:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm, 10:30pm, and 11:30pm