For the past thirty years Nuytco Research Ltd. has been involved in the production of film and TV specials that have both utilized and featured our unique underwater technology. Nuytco’s portfolio includes made-for-TV specials, TV series, IMAX movies and feature films, including some well-known Hollywood blockbusters.
TitanicNuytco designed the thruster technology used by James Cameron to film the underwater footage of Titanic for his blockbuster film of the same name.
Deadliest CatchTwo DeepWorker 2000 submersibles took to the Bering Sea on the Time Bandit to film underwater scenes for the popular Discovery Channel TV show.
Dark Secrets of the LusitaniaThis 2011 made-for-TV special produced by National Geographic features Newtsuit and Dual DeepWorker 2000 dives to examine the Lusitania, the infamous casualty of a German U-boat.
The AbyssPhil Nuytten was senior technical advisor and Nuytco Research Ltd. provided the submersibles and other futuristic subsea devices for James Cameron’s Academy Award® winner.
Flight of the AquanautThis IMAX movie featured Phil Nuytten’s invention, the deep-diving ADS Newtsuit.
SphereNuytco Research provided initial concept drawings for the on-film dive helmets and supplied technical support.
Rick Mercer ReportThe Nuytco crew showed TV personality Rick Mercer the ropes in a DeepWorker 2000, then took him to the bottom in Nuytco’s three person submersible Aquarius on a dive in British Columbia’s Jervis Inlet.