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You might think that everything that could possibly have been said about the Titanic would have been said by now by films, museums, TV series and documentary after documentary.
Still, National Geographic seems confident they have a new tack thanks to state-of-the-art visual imaging techniques that will (virtually at least) allow viewers to see the wreck out of the water for the first time.
It may not quite be worth the hype the programme imagines, but it's certainly impressive and a fresh take on the event, which is sure to capture viewers' imaginations; even if it is lacking the appealing presence of Leonardo DiCaprio.
Documentary exploring the wreck of the famous ship, using 3D images of what it looks like now and computer techniques to `drain' the bow and stern to give a much clearer picture.
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