Capacitive screens are fantastic but try drawing on one and you’ll encounter the ‘my finger is blocking the screen’ issue. To deal with this annoying problem you can buy a capacitive-compatible stylus or make your own one, but artists and designers may need something a bit more accurate.
Enter the oStylus, a specially designed capacitive stylus for drawing. It was created by Andrew Goss, a Canadian jeweler who wanted a stylus that would allow him to see the screen while he was drawing. As you’ll see in the video below the oStylus’ circular design allows you to see through it.
It’s not available to buy yet but you can register your interest on the oStylus site.