Virtual reality can help ease suffering—fever eased by cold, wintery scenes. By this logic, artists and programmers could design a suite of immersive scenes (chills-a cozy cabin with a crackling fire; pain/distress—a soothing stream in the woods; anxiety—the gentle waves of the ocean lapping the sandy shore, etc.) that populate with a personalized gallery of selected images and audio. Together, a person suffering in their final days and their loved one can virtually traverse the analgesic environment and encounter favorite images, songs, and videos—sparking reflection, conversation and memories. The project is focused on easing suffering and helping stimulate important moments of connection between the suffering individual and their loved ones. It is both a virtual escape and something deeply personal and individual.