Former President Obama’s presidential center that’s expected to open in the future in Chicago is still in the planning stages, but here’s one of the visions:

Maybe they’ll have some extra room for that in the wing where the Iran Deal legacy exhibit was supposed to go:

Former President Barack Obama plans to take visitors of his presidential center to a new reality with an augmented video reality experience that will allow people to see the Oval Office just as he did while in the White House.

The Obama Presidential Center, which has yet to be approved by municipal and federal entities, is expected to include a replica Oval Office as do the libraries of other former presidents.

But Obama’s remade office will include technology that imposes a computer-generated image of a person’s perception of actual reality.

With any luck, in the virtual experience, “if you like your plan you can keep it” means you can actually keep your old plan.