Schoolchildren in Liverpool are using the popular video game 'Minecraft' to design and make 3D objects.
Pupils from Liverpool's Studio School are making real-life versions of virtual creations, from a game that allows players to create Lego-style objects ranging from furniture to vast buildings.
'Minecraft' is a global phenomenon, having sold 33 million copies worldwide.
More top news
Lots of sunshine around on Bank Holiday Monday, but breezier. Thundery, heavy rain inbound midweek but drier by the end of it
A girl from Neston is doing a trike ride in memory of her sister. Georgie died in 2014, just five days after being born without a windpipe.
The latest weather update plus viewers' photos for ITV Granada