A Martin PBM-5 Mariner lies at almost 100 ft deep in the south end of Lake Washington next to Seattle, Washington. In 2018, a collaborative survey took place to collect information on the wreck for the US Navy, to experiment with efficient 3D modeling in low-visibility conditions, and to help foster stewardship for Seattle’s submerged cultural heritage.

In this case, Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) teamed up with a local underwater archaeologist to dive and map the wreck. Their efforts led to the group mapping other WWII-era aircraft in the area using 3D modeling technology.

They will showcase these models and describe the techniques used to make them.

This is an online presentation; spaces are limited.
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Untold Stories | WWII at 75

2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II; a war historians dubbed “The Good War” because it was a war that had to be fought and won. Untold Stories: World War II at 75, pays tribute to this important anniversary with new exhibits, special programs and events featuring a diverse array of some of the lesser known heroes and their stories.

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