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#263
2014-11-26 22:17
 
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#262
2014-04-20 01:49
 
Sigbjørn Ness 
Har noen arbeidstegninger for å bygge modell av titanic? Skrog og det en ser utvendig...
#261
2013-10-16 21:16
 
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#260
2013-04-29 17:53
 
Rickard Björling 
Hej! Imorgon börjar den stora Titanicutställningen i Norrköping. Vi gjorde ett sexminutersinslag därifrån, om ni är intresserade! Klicka bara på länken, så kommer ni dit.

http://www.nt.se/24nt/#category=5629214&date=2013 -4&clip=8527439&startTime=0m0s

Mvh // Rickard Björling, redaktör 24nt, Norrköpings Tidningar
#83
2012-11-05 20:39
 
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#37
2012-05-28 21:52
 
Rustan Gandvik 
Hej Marie
I Lilly Setterdahls nyutkomna boken "Not my time do die" finns 6 sidor om Oscar Hedman.
#36
2012-05-10 11:04
 
Tom Smith 
Titanic Pendants 
Belfast City Centre Management has a consignment of Titanic Pendants (100 off.). The pendant is approximately 1m wide and 1.5m long. If you wish to purchase one for £100 plus VAT you will alsoc receive a certificate.

Please place your order by email and send your remittance to our address.

This item could be framed and hung up where you conduct your society meetings.

If you would like to provide me with an email address, I am able to send you a picture of the merchandise.

Thank you.
#35
2012-04-14 17:21
 
Marie Munther 
Hej, jag undrar om någon har information om en svensk som var med på Titanic och klarade sig? Han heter Oskar Arvid Hedman och är född 1884. Han överlevde. Det kan vara så att han är en avlägsen släkting till mig och jag vill läsa allt som finns om honom. har hittat lite på Internet själv men det vore kul om det finns mer.

Mvh Marie Munther
#34
2012-04-13 17:13
 
stiofain 
titanic returns to belfast - virtually! 
The Titanic returns to Belfast the city of its birth - Virtually



Location; Belfast Ireland

Dateline; 12 april 2012

For more information video clips hq pictures and interviews www.virtualbelfast.com

100 years ago Harland and Wolff, then the largest shipyard in the world used the latest cutting edge technology to build what was the l argest moving man-made object in the world , The Titanic. Now a century later another Belfast based company has again used cutting edge technology to rebuild the ship in all its glory with the added twist that it incorporates its current situation in that the ruined hulk is situated in a virtual 3d seascape while the opulence of the interiors is retained.

www.3dcolab.com have used the experimental opensource software "opensimulator" to recreate the titanic in all its glory in the online immersive interactive environment of "Virtual Belfast"

While there are many 3d models of the Titanic this is original in many aspects

1. it is set within the context of Belfast , the city of its birth with many buildings that existed at the time it was built recreated there

2. it is available online to anyone with a mid range computer and internet access

3. users can interact with not only the model but also with other users from around the world with text chat, quality voice chat and other online activities

The titanic quarter of virtual Belfast consists of the drawing office containing the original plans , the Thompson graving dock where the ship was built and the pumphouse containing the machinery that first floated the ship. These are the only 3 structures that still survive in Belfast with a direct connection to the ship. After exploring these areas and the multi-media contained within the user in the form of an "avatar" can dive into the harbour and a stunning seascape featuring realistic flora and fauna to be presented with the awe inspiring vista of the sunken hulk of the great ship , ruined now and covered in seaweed there are more surprises to come. As the avatar enters the ship they are struck by the sharp contrast of the luxurious interior reflecting the lost glory and opulence of the original liner. Dressed in the style of the day as one of several characters the user can interact with the fabric of the ship and a variety of pre programmed characters eg dine at the captains table dance in the grand ballroom, promenade the decks or visit the Edwardian splendour of the tea rooms and marvel at the engineering feat of the engine rooms.
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2012-04-13 17:11
 
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