One of my Father's Day presents was a low-cost drone with a little camera. It's actually quite a bit of fun to fly around and I've gotten to the point where I don't crash instantly. The range of the remote is decent, but I find that after I reach a certain height the drone gets confused and falls. Still, you can get some good aerial footage and it's fun to chase the kids around.
I continue to fiddle with the basement setup, trying to move it from a "little kids run around and play with toys" place into a "bigger kids hang out and interact". I rearranged the couches and moved our old big t.v. downstairs. The picture quality isn't the best, but apparently it works for watching Batman and Barbie, which the little kids did all day long when they were sick. I've got the Wii hooked up to it - it's not reading disks, but it can stream Netflix just fine.
Emma is a regular user of the treadmill, which used to have an old laptop for entertainment. Netflix was too choppy and driving me a little crazy. I mounted a small but decent t.v. to the wall and hooked up Duncan's old computer to both that screen and the big t.v. It's complicated, but seems to work pretty well.
Next up is an attempt to fix one of our two broken Wiis. I bought a special screwdriver to open it. Hopefully I can clean it out and make it work. If not, I can try replacing and CD player and getting it to read disks again.