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James Cameron Recounts Epic Journey to the Deepest Place on Earth

Last month, James Cameron ventured where few had gone before, to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest point on the planet. Last night we got a first-hand account of the journey from the man himself on the National Geographic Channel. Read More >>

James Cameron Wants to Convert Everyone to 5D

James Cameron wants everyone to adopt "5-D," a term coined by the film and television industry to describe shooting in 2-D and 3-D simultaneously. Read More >>

James Cameron Captured His Marianas Dive With Custom-Built, Thumb-Length HD Cameras

Challenger Deep wasn't the only piece of custom hardware he took to the bottom of the Marianas Trench. Those stunning images he took were captured with dual HD cameras, no bigger than your thumb, in their own titanium Mini-Me sphere. Read More >>

10 Ways the Titanic Influenced the World Around Us

The earth has swung round the sun 100 times since the Titanic became a deep sea graveyard, but it continues to influence the world in ways you'd never expect. Here are ten examples of how the world has since changed, for better and worse: Read More >>

So That's What James Cameron Went to the Bottom of the Marianas Trench For

You’ve got to wonder why James Cameron was so enthused about risking his life to get down to the deepest spot in the ocean. I mean, it wasn’t cheap; it wasn’t easy, and it must have been pretty bloody dark down there. But this explains it. Read More >>

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James Cameron's First Images of the Bottom of the World

Cameron went down to the deepest pit of hell and came back unscathed, having touched down on the Challenger abyss, exploring for three hours. "It's an alien world," he said, and these are his first images: Read More >>

James Cameron Successfully Reaches "the Deepest Spot on Earth"

Director and science nerd James Cameron is making an attempt to travel to the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the ocean. The last time someone tried this was in 1960, when Swiss oceanographer Jacques Piccard and Navy Lt. Don Walsh spent a weak 20 minutes at the bottom. Cameron plans on filming and exploring for six hours down in the trench, which is a staggering seven miles below sea level. Read More >>

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Titanic 3D: Spectacular Visuals, But Also Spectacular Arse-Ache

It's an epic film, laden with eleven Oscars and one of the biggest box-office returns in history. It also has a running time of biblical proportions, and many backsides were irretrievably numbed by the experience. But do you really need to see Titanic in glorious, stereoscopic 3D? Director James Cameron thinks you do. Read More >>

Building a Watch That Works At the Bottom Of the Ocean

The first time humans descended to the deepest spot on Earth, they were joined by a rare Rolex specially designed to withstand the immense pressures under water. And now that James Cameron plans to go deeper, Rolex wants to tag along again. Read More >>

James Cameron's New Sub Will Take Him To the Deepest Spot On Earth

James Cameron has long been a filmmaker who embraced the latest technologies, but his newest toy, the Deepsea Challenger, is a submarine that's capable of diving to the deepest part of the ocean, also known as the Challenger Deep. Read More >>

Avatar Brings Actual Special Features to iTunes Special Features

The special features you get with iTunes' movies aren't really that special. Well, if anyone is going to do something about it, it's James Cameron. Say what you want about the guy, he's always pushing the technological envelope. Read More >>


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