Valve knows how to make great games. So we're guessing that the HTC Vive VR Headset, which it co-developed, will be a better than average gaming headset. Powered by SteamVR, it will feature a 1,200x1,080 screen in front of each eye, a refresh rate of 90 fps, a gyro, accelerometer, and laser position sensor to track the movement of your head, optional SteamVR base stations to track your physical location within a room, and a pair of wireless controllers that track your hand movements and allow for compelling experiences.
Until now, there's been one big problem with most drones: human operation. The SenseFly Exom Drone looks to overcome the limitations of our clumsy thumbs by relying on a host of sensors to keep it safely afloat. Those include ultrasonic proximity sensors for the area both around and above the drone, five vision sensors that let the operator see in the direction the drone is actually moving, and a TripleView head that can capture HD video, high-res stills, or thermal images, all without switching out the camera. With a fully autonomous mode available, it's a nearly foolproof aerial imaging system.