A trio of University of Northampton students have been working with design consultancy DeeThree Limited to carry out work for PlayStation.
DeeThree is based in the University’s Portfolio Innovation Centre and worked with Christopher Doyle, Darrel Court and Josh Wells to produce a set of ten model trophies for PlayStation.
The trophy designs will be used in a promotional video to mimic winning game awards when playing online.
The students completed the project in less than three days.
Peter Davis from DeeThree said: “All three of the students surpassed our expectations and learnt some new techniques and methods of approaching each new challenge.”
Student Christopher Doyle commented: “Working with DeeThree on this project was great, all three of us were able to attribute our existing skills to a live project.”