The BMS lab owns various pieces of equipment for Virtual Reality (VR) by Occulus. One of them is the Occulus Go mobile unit, which allows for storage of scenes and applications on the device. This enables researchers to create VR simulations without attaching a computer to the headset. Second, we have the full version of the Occulus Rift and Occulus Rift S, which need a computer connection, but in turn can produce much more powerful and dynamic simulations. Furthermore, those simulations allow for movement, while the Occulus Go is used while stationary.