Glove Mouse: MIT nails Minority Report's hand waving interface for less than $100

Just when we thought our days of writing Minority Report in a headline were over, MIT students Tony Hyun Kim and Nevada Sanchez had to roll up with a concept so faithful to the movie it has us excited all over again. Called "Glove Mouse," the device has microprocessors on the back of each glove to translate the movements of fingers into button presses, allowing all the pinching, pointing, grabbing and waving you saw in the movie. Hell, they even added sexy little LEDs to the tip of each index finger.

The most amazing part isn't actually the Glove Mouse itself, though — it's that the entire rig only cost the pair $100. Check it all out in Kim and Sanchez's (decidedly rockin') video above.

MIT, via Engadget