Explore Titanic: Breathtaking New Pictures, Recreated With Digital Technology
- Number of Pages: 40
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Boys and girls is going to be enthralled by this dramatic pictorial history from the great ocean liner R. M. S. Titanic, and its fateful sinking in the North Atlantic. Young readers will see faithful reproductions of both exterior and interior ship's details, from the Boiler Room and Engine Room far below decks towards the luxury passengers' cabins and the ship's grand ballroom. Viewers can zoom in and out to examine details more closely, and they can move around inside cabin interiors inside a way that heightens the illusion of realism. Approximately 125 photos and illustrations in color and black and white--including 12 astonishing 3D-rendered graphics--tell the Titanic's story, from its 1911 launching at the Belfast shipyard to its tragic destruction on April 15, 1912 for the duration of its maiden Atlantic crossing. Enclosed with this unusual book is really a CD-ROM that walks viewers through the ship's interior from stem to stern, showing hundreds of details. and much far more The finish product of meticulous research, this book's 3D-rendered artwork virtually draws readers aboard the ship, employing painstakingly realistic facsimiles of details both large and modest. Among the 3D-rendered artworks are two remarkable double-gatefold illustrations--The Titanic under steamA cutaway diagram of the ship Other 3D artworks include--The Grand Staircase in First ClassA First Class Cabin"Parlor Suite"The Bridge and WheelhouseThe First Class Dining RoomSecond Class Promenade DeckThe Grand Staircase flooding as the ship sinks.
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