If you’re afraid of heights, this story might not be for you. The East Taiheng Glasswalk in China is a glass bridge over 3,800 feet high. Those in charge of the attraction decided the glass walk wasn’t scary enough. They built in an effect that adds video generated cracks on the walkway along with the sound effect of cracking glass. Apparently there is an infrared sensor installed near the end of the walkway to detect any human movement in order to present the cracking effect on the glass. It all seemed like a good idea, but one of the tour guides never got the memo and freaked out big time in his first encounter with the new feature.

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