As virtual reality is veritably becoming reality we can expect that any experience we desire will eventually be available to us - for a fee, of course. One day magnetic pulses might alter our brainwaves to allow us to perceive what we now cannot even imagine; formula 1 racing, walking down the catwalk with other world famous models, singing for a crowd of crazed fans, or soaring through the air as an eagle - might just be a few examples of standard packages.
Most significantly, the experience of dying a slow, painful death will be one better replaced with your own ultimate fantasy ending. The computers will monitor your vital signs and adjust the virtual experience so your last living perception is timed perfectly to the scenario of your choice. Perhaps you just want a perfect moment that ends suddenly with no indication of the end at all, or perhaps you want to die as a hero on a medieval battlefield.
If you could, what would YOU choose for your final experience?
Since death is not an experience, it can't be virtualized. DYING is a different thing altogether. Want to know what the last few days of life as a cancer patient is like?