One of the biggest hurdles to virtual and augmented reality today isn't really the display. We've pretty much gotten that down. What breaks the illusion of the made-up worlds is, in fact, our input methods. While our eyes and ears are deceived into believing the immersion, our hands aren't. While the likes of Oculus and Vive are grappling with coming up with new handheld controllers, Samsung's Creative Lab, a.k.a. C-Lab s looking at another possible way to control and navigate VR experiences: your face.