Each February, gadget vendors and customers gather in Barcelona, Spain, for the Mobile World Congress. The show, which has traditionally focused on innovations in mobile phones and networks, has been recently infiltrated by technology that springboards from smartphones. Virtual reality, 360-degree cameras, batteries and other gizmos were all vying for attention. Here we take a look at ten that stood out.
Above: Samsung had a pop-up virtual reality theater that gave people a chance to experience a virtual reality roller coaster ride. The company also unveiled its Gear 360, a camera that captures video and stills from all around and then stitches them together for an immersive experience. Oh and anyone who wanted to pre-order one of Samsung's new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones got a free Gear VR headset.