Watch the Titanic sink in this real time 3 hour animation
From the moment the Titanic hit an iceberg, follow along in real time as the huge ship began to disappear.
When the Titanic hit an iceberg in 1912, it took almost three hours to sink. This full-length animation imagines the entire process as if you were standing by watching. Fortunately, there are no people in the animation so you don’t have to witness any trauma (there are a few screams but nothing visual).
The YouTube description has a timeline of what happens in the video, so if you were playing it in the classroom you can easily keep track of what’s coming next. It also displays information on the screen too. It’s not exciting enough to give your whole attention but it’s great for playing in the background and checking in at key moments.