has unveiled a prototype device called . The transparent multi-touch allows users to the LucidTouch from behind and they will still be able to see their fingers. Microsoft has developed this device thanks to a technology called pseudo-transparency and the idea was to give users the possibility to control a device without blocking the view to the screen. According to Microsoft, when controlling from behind you have a higher precision and you can operate with ten fingers if that’s physically possible.
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