IT is a road safety app that could revolutionise the way educational games are used in school and may save lives.
And it was developed by a Southampton Solent University graduate.
Former BA (Hons) Computer and Video Games student Paul Arnold created the app, which teaches schoolchildren how to safely cross the road.
After graduating in 2006, Paul set up Lapin Logic Ltd, which is based in Jersey in the Channel Islands, with other Solent graduates to develop educational games for seven to 11-year-olds.
Now after successful trials by Jersey Police and two primary schools, the 3D road safety app could be rolled out across the UK and Europe.