Can you bring the matchmaking magic of Tinder to virtual reality? No. CES brings tech's biggest players to Las Vegas and even if there's nothing to launch, it's the place to strike deals and network. Naturally, that means the swipe-matching app Tinder is in attendance. Its unassuming stall looks like a dream sequence from Twin Peaks. It's uniformly red, with white plinths to show off its PR pitch: a Tinder VR headset. While it may be a headset, there's no screen and no motion tracking; just no technology. The company says (just like its app) the idea is about connecting strangers. But literally this time.