New Examples of Ghost Fingers

Ghost Fingers was an emerging pattern I put in my new book Designing Gestural Interfaces, in Chapter 3: Touchscreen Patterns. Ghost Fingers is when a device becomes seemingly transparent so the users can “see” (onscreen) their fingers on the back of or inside of the device. Since it was a new pattern, I had a bit of trouble finding examples for it. But recently, two great example products have appeared.

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