need some real private time with your personal video collection? tablets have made that a possibility but still, whoever is around you can still peep at what you are watching – not perfect and so, we thought the best bet for now is to don a pair of video eyewear or wearable display such as the EPSON Moverio BT-100 Wearable Display, for a true private viewing time. billed as the world’s first Android-based, see-through wearable display, the BT-100 features a headset that uses micro-projection technology and along with a compact Android-powered media player and controller, allowing you to have a truly private video viewing experience. navigation of the smart navigation menus is via a cleverly implemented interactive track pad on the controller and thanks to its built-in WiFi, you can stream videos from YouTube or Vimeo as well as watch side-by-side 3D contents, surf the web, browse apps and play games. the headset offers a perceived image size of 80 inches at 5 meters (16.4 feet) away with a qHD resolution of 960 by 540 pixels. other key features include 1GB of internal storage, built-in micro SDHC card slot (support up to 32GB), Dolby Mobile virtual surround sound, removable lens shade, Adobe Flash 11 support, detachable Moverio earphones and rechargeable lithium battery that’s good for six hours of playback per charge. you can’t put a price on your personal space but in this case, you actually can – if you have $699.99 to spare.