The Mitt is a synthesizer with a hand-shaped controller pattern. It’s not actually a glove, but it’s shaped for a hand: one finger on each of five joysticks,
PushPull is a squeezebox with LED lighting, capacitive touch sensors and motion sensing that you can 3D-print most of, program yourself and use as a controller. It was designed by Amelie Hinrichsen, Till Bovermann, and Dominik Hildebrand Marques Lopes of 3DMIN in Berlin.
Printone is a resonance simulator allowing the creators (from Autodesk and Dartmouth College) to design wind instruments in any stupid shape they can think of and predict what they’ll sound like. The software’s not available yet, but they have the paper with their maths up.