Many activities have moved to our screens and online over the course of the pandemic, but we're still much more likely to invest in an ergonomic chair than a VR headset. So what still stands in the way of wider adoption of virtual reality? Bow Valley College has rolled out brand new virtual-reality training for their practical nursing program. Nora MacLachlan, Dean of Health and Community Studies, tells us how VR helps students develop empathy and practice more real-world disease processes for respiratory illnesses. Then, veteran airline pilot David Culos shares how he's using his unexpected sabbatical from flying planes during the pandemic to develop flight training that integrates elements of VR and AR.Finally, researcher Stephanie Llamas gives us a primer on VR, reviews the history of challenges in the industry, and discusses what the future may hold.