On March 26, 2012, James Cameron made a record-breaking solo dive to the Earth’s deepest point, successfully piloting the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER nearly 7 seven miles (11 kilometers) to the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench.
Deepsea Challenger Sub Paper Model project is called Deepsea Challenge. The sub itself is named Deepsea Challenger or DVC-1. DVC-1 was developed secretly for 8 years in Australia. On 25 March 2012 it carried James Cameron to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the floor of Mariana Trench, the deepest soil on earth known to man. - created by paper-replika
10,908 pixels for 10,908 metres. Discover how the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submersible, piloted by film-maker and explorer James Cameron, descended 10,908 metres (35,787 feet) to the deepest point in the world's oceans carrying an experimental divers' watch, the Rolex Deepsea Challenge, on its robotic manipulator arm. #Exploration #Deepsea #RolexOfficial
James Cameron hits the world's floor -- and returns The director pilots a submersible to the ocean's deepest point in the Mariana Trench, becoming the first person to make the nearly 7-mile dive alone. Naturally, a 3D film is in the works.