WATCH: Computer-generated Titanic sinking in real-time

If you happen to have 160 minutes to spare...

Late last week was the 104th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, and this computer generated real-time version of events.

For those only aware via the Leo and Kate cinematic version, over the course of the two-hour-and-forty-minute video, we get regular updates of what was going on both on board and outside the ship.

While not quite macabre enough to include actual computer-generated humans on board, we do get to aurally hear both the passengers and the staff on board over the course of the entire sinking.

According the video's Youtube page, Titanic: Honor and Glory is "a computer game, currently under development by Vintage Digital Revival, also known as Four Funnels Entertainment. The game will feature the most accurate digital representation of the ship to date, as well as a model of the city of Southampton in 1912. The game is intended not only to be entertaining, but also a memorial to all those who lost their lives in the disaster."