A team of experts, scientists and a representative of the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration took pictures of the 107-year-old wreck using specially adapted cameras. The 4K footage will allow you to see the wreck in advanced and virtual reality technology.
The ship sank in 1912 when it hit an iceberg and 1,517 of the 2,223 people on board died.
"The most intriguing aspect was seeing the Titanic being eaten by the ocean and returning to its original shape while providing shelter for a remarkably large number of animals," said Patrick Lahey, president and fellow combatant. Founder of Triton Submarines.
Victor Vescovo, CEO of Caladan Oceanic and chief pilot of the submersible, noted that the success of this series of dives to the Titanic has opened access to other hard to reach wrecks using a similar process.  003] "We now have a proven system that allows us to easily and repeatedly examine every ocean wreck at any depth and anywhere in the world, seriously considering where to bring it next," Vescovo said ,
The course was not only used for learning. The diving team laid down a wreath and held a ceremony to honor those who died in the sinking of the ship.