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The Sydney-Kormoran Project: Visualising History using Advanced Methods

The Sydney-Kormoran Project is multi-disciplinary, combining deep-water imaging, supercomputing, image processing, advanced visualisation and history to tell the story of two of Australia’s most significant shipwrecks – the HMAS Sydney (II) and HSK Kormoran. After a short but fierce battle in the midst of World War II, Sydney and Kormoran met their fate at the bottom of the Indian Ocean on 19 November 1941. The project team are now processing 500,000 images of the wrecks to generate detailed digital 3D models from the wreck site.


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