Phantom limb pain is pain that seems to come from a part of the body that is no longer present. Many people with amputated limbs will experience some form of phantom limb pain. One of the most efficient ways to treat this issue is through visual stimulation, and in the past methods such as mirrors were used to reflect the image of the intact limb and simulate the presence of the missing limb. A team of researchers at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) has gone one step further, pioneering a promising new technique - VVITA, which uses muscle sensors to predict the movement of lost limbs. Our challenge was to design and build a virtual reality environment that met the unique needs of both patients and therapists and would bring relief to patients by letting them control digital limbs and perform the exercises in a virtual space.