How to open current folder in Finder from Terminal on Mac OS X
To open current folder in Finder from Terminal on Mac OS X use the following command:
The dot (.) represents the current directory.
This is usually useful for when you're using Terminal (or any other you prefer, like iTerm2 for example) to navigate through your folders but then you need to open the current one for some reason in the Finder application.
You also may want to check out how to open current folder in Explorer from Command prompt on Windows.