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Sunday, 1 January 2012
Ship Sunk Four Centuries Ago Virtually Reconstructed In 3-D At Texas A&M
Sunk in 1606, the Portuguese merchant ship Nossa Senhora dos Martires is sailing again — in 3-D presently but perhaps one day in reality. If the cyber-replicated vessel ever does hit the high seas, the way will have been paved by the research of a persevering Texas A&M University nautical archaeologist combined with the high-tech applied study of a graduate student well versed in computer-based visualization techniques. http://tamutimes.tamu.edu/2011/12/20/ship-sunk-four-centuries-ago-virtually-reconstructed-in-3-d-at-texas-am/
Posted by googy at 01:16