The BBC is launching a new social media project for children on the internet.
The project is called Vector Project, and it uses the power of social media to project images into children’s minds.
The BBC says the project will be “a tool to help children and young people understand and interact with other people and objects in real time”.
Project social t allows users to create a virtual world in which a group of people can chat and play together.
Users can share and comment on a vector image, and also use the app to post their own vector.
It’s an interactive tool, and the BBC says it has seen a huge uptake.
So far, the BBC has received over 5,000 submissions and has received more than 12,000 views.
The app is available for download for Android, iOS and MacOS.
Project social has already seen a great deal of success on Facebook, with more than 1,000 people sharing the app’s “virtual community”.