Japanese submarines that sank in World War II and were later bombed by salvagers are VR-enabled.

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The new virtual reality experience brings the wreckage of Japanese submarines of World War II to life. Thirty years later, the submarine was bombed with explosives by an angry salvager who wanted its scrap metal, after the Allies sank it in 1942. VR video is based on a recent survey of the site.

The shipwreck of the I-124 submarine, located about 50 nautical miles (90 km) northwest of Darwin, Australia, is protected as a war grave. When sunk by the Allies in 1942, about 80 crew members were on board. ..

Japanese submarines that sank in World War II and were later bombed by salvagers are VR-enabled.

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