Even before the novel coronavirus changed in-person events forever, CMI leveraged virtual reality to present patient experiences in a personal way. Using Oculus headsets, attendees entered the patients’ world. Eventgoers might hear a story about a patient’s diagnosis while exploring their art studio, or watch a college student talk about their struggles in higher education while virtually sitting in their dorm room, or experience a day in the life of an epilepsy patient through a first person, 360˚ video. We’ve built traditional hotel lobbies reminding attendees of events past, exhibit halls, art galleries, kitchens, classrooms, key-note stages, and even non-traditional spaces that would be impossible in real life.