Until recently, Chinese company Ehang seemed to be nothing more than another startup attempting to enter the already overcrowded market for consumer drones. But in two short years, the company has gone from aspiring entrant to major player with the introduction of exciting new product offerings: the Ehang 184, the world's first all-electric, consumer-facing autonomous passenger drone, and the Ghostdrone 2.0, a consumer drone paired with a smart app that allows users to see what their drone is seeing--not on a screen but through a pair of virtual reality goggles. Both products are due to market in 2016 and show great promise for transforming the way the layperson interacts with flight. However, many questions around regulation, functionality, and safety remain. No matter how things shake out for Ehang, the company has sent a tremor through the drone industry.