Head worn displays aren't new. They've been around for awhile but have never really caught on due to technological restrictions. Recently however, such displays are becoming more commonplace as technology advances. As a result, social interactions are being re-defined and bystander perception becomes essential to development.
The aim of this study is to experiment and measure the just noticeable difference in bystander perception. It will specifically focus on understanding people's attention on head worn display notifications while having social interactions.