Video animation of the Titanic approaching the iceberg


Arun Vajpey

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I am looking for a realistic video animation clip showing the Titanic approaching iceberg but only as seen from the crow's nest and without any interruptions to show other parts of the ship. From the moment its presence was seen or suspected by Fleet in the horizon to the point of impact. The closest and best source of this I have seen is in Sam Halpern's article in ET called An Encounter in the Night where this scenario is depicted as a series of sketches as the distance between the ship and the berg closes, all from a single viewpoint of the crow's nest. A video clip of that would be excellent IMO.

If anyone knows such a clip, please let me know.

Incidentally, the way that was shown in Cameron's film was simply awful.
 

Harland Duzen

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In Titanic Animations defence, he probably had to animate it in such a way that the Titanic model was in the middle of the level / map* being static and it was the iceberg that moved across the level.

Back to topic!

*Not the right terminology.
 

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