Those gloves from MINORITY REPORT are really real:
Kepler [spacecraft] has returned quite a bit of data on its mission to find earth-like exoplanets in other parts of the Milky Way galaxy, and Thorp’s open-source data visualization software and Oblong Industries’ gestural control technology have come together to turn this data into a stunning 3D environment. Users can explore the exoplanets using natural gestures and — with the flick of a wrist — the data can be sorted and analyzed for patterns and trends. Be sure to take a look at these flowing an informative visuals in the video below.
– via Evan Rodgers on The Verge