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My real time sinking animation

Discussion in 'Titanic on Computer and the Web' started by Titanic Animations, Mar 25, 2018.

  1. Kyle Naber

    Kyle Naber Member

    Also, I’m really glad that you used the “Propior Deo” version for “Nearer My God To Thee.” I think you’re officially the first one to get it right in an animation like this!
     
  2. Aaron_2016

    Aaron_2016 Member

    Found another animation on youtube. Interesting to see it in daytime.




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  3. Since it doesn't require much time, just running an avisynth script to make it, I'm also working on a 3D side-by-side file of the sinking. That way anyone with a virtual reality headset or a 3D capable TV will be able to view the animation in full 1080p 3D if they so choose to.

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  4. I've been writing some followup essays in my free-time from work. Most of them were intended to be supplementary videos to compliment the main full animation but I don't have to time to devote to making them at the moment. I've linked them at the bottom of the research document google doc. I put a preface to both that they are observations made during the production of my animation, and as such its entirely possible that I got the ships movements wrong which would mean my observations are based on incorrect evidence.

    Here are the direct links of the first two:

    D-deck doors open or closed? My thoughts D-Deck Gangway Door Observation

    Why is E-deck above water in the animation exterior yet portrayed as flooding interior-wise? An Explanation of E&D-deck flooding in the revised animation
     
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  5. In case people have not been keeping up to date on Titanic Animations, he is doing a new series!
     
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  6. SmileyGirl

    SmileyGirl Guest

    Thanks for that :)