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Press |Jan 5, 2020

Fear-of-heights VR training

This South African virtual reality system can test whether you are good with heights, without you having to leave the ground.

The Working at Heights VR experience is designed by South African augmented and reality design company Sea Monster to help ArcelorMittal South Africa, the largest steel producer on the African continent, to train workers on a steel plant in Vanderbijlpark.

There employees need to scale heights of up to 190 metres to work. The virtual reality system tests whether you have a fear of heights, and how well you function up high.

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