Last week, the “Step into the Void” glass installation onto the precipice top of Aiguille du Midi Mountain (93842m), France was inaugurated and visited by a bunch of press personnel and employees. It is a small room jutting out from the top terrace having three walls, floor and ceiling all made of 12mm thick glass in complete safety and situated in Chamonix Valley, facing ahead the giant Mount Blanc, the highest mountain of the Alps series. A stunning view of the white Alps lets the tourists control their vertigo, experience great delight and get goose bumps much to their adventurous skywalk of 1035m open space under their feet. Inspired by the ‘Skywalk’ built in Grand Canyon in Arizona USA, the structure is designed by Pierre Yves Chays, reachable by the cable car and is opened for public now. [VIA]