Underwater 3D-scans bring WWII sub to life

3D-mapping of submarine
3D-mapping of submarine Image: Ocean Outreach (YouTube)

Using innovative underwater 3D-scanning technology, a US submarine, sunken during the Second World War has come to live again. To create the data which can be studied or used for images in 3D-virtual reality applications, images were recorded with specialised cameras attached to divers.

The vessel was found in several pieces, hundreds of meters apart from each other near Kiska, Alaska.

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