While most people will remember the Michael Bay fiasco, there were actually some visionary gadgets on display. The Eyelock Myris employs advanced eye-recognition technology to allow users to safeguard their devices; gone are the days of a four-digit pin as a padlock.

It was another device that really caught my eye though: the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset. As a child of the 90s, VR was always a big deal growing up, Tomorrow's World seemingly promising it on a regular basis. The reviews have been very complimentary so far but what, if any, is the potential for research?

I foresee a day when respondents will put an Oculus Rift on to walk around a virtual store. I, for one, can't wait.