Women use VR to beat sexual harassment after Singapore #MeToo scandal


Seow (left) guiding students Tan Tong (centre) and Chin (right) through a virtual reality simulation designed to help students respond to sexual harassment at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. — AFP

SINGAPORE: "Wow, your shirt is really see-through. Are you wearing matching underwear?" the man says lewdly.

It's a virtual reality simulation – but it's enough to shock 23-year-old Elizabeth Lee into silence as the scene plays out on her headset.

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