Not only can this prototype Bluetooth glove act as a theoretical Wii controller, it can pretty much talk to any Bluetooth device out there. The glove is made out of standard acrylic, but has fingertip sensors that induces a current when touched together. By making different combinations between your fingers and thumbs, you could send one of a few signals to be picked up by other Bluetooth devices.

Some possible uses once this thing gets to market could be Nintendo Wii air-guitar, a Minority Report interface, or virtual nipple tweaking over the internet. There's not a day that goes by that we don't get an email asking us when internet nipple tweaking is coming.

Fingertip control [Engineer Online via Talk2MyShirt via Uber Gizmo]