Using a regular keyboard and mouse is fine when you're sitting at your desk, but what about if you want control your home theater PC, or send a text as you ride up the chair lift while skiing? This one-handed glove controller could be the answer.
Built around a the popular Arduino prototyping platform, his Keyglove has 34 strategically placed contact sensors, which you press together to form individual letters. Mouse movements are controlled by a tiny accelerometer.
Keyglove is very much a work in progress, and Rowberg continues to experiment with various combinations of sensors with his prototypes. You can follow his progress at the Keyglove blog.
How long before we see people walking around wearing a single glove and gesticulating madly with that one hand? Who knows, perhaps Michael Jackson was working on a similar project?