while we have seen examples of computer mice worn as gloves, but the glove mouse by MIT researchers tony hyun kim and nevada sanchez is in another league. rather than just interface with the computer like a regular mouse, the glove mouse uses the users arm gestures to move the screen in three dimensions. the gloves work wirelessly with a computer, giving the user lots of mobility and room to interface. the design utilizes two gloves allowing users to make hand gestures with their left and right hand that trigger actions much like multi-touch displays. the gloves allow users to use their hands to manipulate virtual objects much like they would with physical ones.

http://web.mit.edu/kimt/www/6.111/final/index.html

glove mouse

glove mouse

via engadget