Interface Gloves are a pair of fitted gloves with a collection of embedded electronics used for interfacing with a computer. The electronics consist of a short range (2m) radio transmitter, a set of accelerometers and position sensors for each finger, and variable resistant springs. The glove allows the user to work with a computer using any flat surface or empty space as a interface area. The resistance springs allow for feedback to the user as they interact with object in the computer like a keyboard.
The gloves are powered by an internal rechargeable battery which lasts for about 8 hours of continuous use.