SimulatOR was an application developed by myself as well as a team of doctors at Philly Codefest 2017 that trained medical professionals to accurately and safely perform the World Health Organization Surgical Safety Checklist. The app utilized speech recognition to talk to the patient as well as report information such as verifying the quantity of tools available in the room. It also allowed users to walk around by teleporting around the OR, as well as grab things by reaching their hands out and pressing the trigger. It was built for the Oculus Rift and integrated the Oculus Touch for hand interactions. We were awarded first place for the Accelerate Health Tech Award as well as the grand prize for the Best Collaborative Hack for our efforts.