How about a glove that enables anyone to play Rock, Paper, Scissors against themselves? Well, it’s now a reality, thanks to Steve Hoefer’s Arduino-powered glove. This device “has an accelerometer that detects when the user is shaking his fist to signify the beginning of a round.” Video after the break.

A flex sensor takes care of determining what move has been pulled off, i.e. whether you played rock, paper or scissors, and a layered edge-lit display shows what move the computer played. LEDs are used to show the score.

[via Technabob]