Because Roger Moore doesn't issue orders just to hear himself talk, make sure your movies are For Your Eyes Only with the Epson Moverio BT-100, a battery-powered headset that's marginally less ugly than a pair of glaucoma sunglasses, but far cooler in that it provides the kind of "floating", 3D-capable 80" screen you dream of having after taking your glaucoma "medicine". Controlled via an Android-based remote w/ an interactive trackpad, there's literally nothing this thing can't do... unless it isn't on this list of sweet-ass features:
Has special see-through imaging tech allowing you to watch flicks while "experiencing the real world", though you may not want to, given that everyone is staring at you and your huge glasses.
Holds up to 1GB of Android-based games and apps.
Connects to WiFi for checking email, browsing the web, reading e-books, watching YouTube/Vimeo, and streaming content from even the most elaborate Flash-enabled sites, so... p*rn!
Runs 6hrs on a full charge -- if you're watching p*rn for any longer, it may be time to get help.
Pumps out Dolby Mobile surround sound through detachable custom earbuds.
Supports microSDHC cards for up to 32GB memory, something you probably erased trying to repeatedly cure your "glaucoma".
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