A new app has been created to make the boring pre-flight safety lecture on planes more fun for travelers, which will hopefully make them pay more attention to and learn the safety information. The free app, called Air Safety World, was developed by the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Udine in Italy, who said that flyers often don't pay attention to or understand the safety lecture. In the app, two virtual flight attendants guide users through a series of interactive training procedures, and lets them play games to test their new skills, such as opening emergency exit doors or coordinating a cabin evacuation. Users collect points which they can use to build and fly a fleet of planes around the world.
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