Microsoft Surface and Jeff Han's multi-touch UI seem to be ages behind if compared to Project Maestro, developed by Cynergy, a RIA development company based in Washington, DC.
What Project Maestro is?:It's a prototype of a no-touch interface, developed with WPF, XAML and using the WII remote with some custom-built IR gloves. And they say they built it in 8 days.
Here is the video of how it works:
If you want to do it yourself, here are some pointers to get you started: Connecting the Wii Control to WPF and the Wiimote project.
Seems like we are not far from revolutionizing the way we interact with computers: how long before we connect directly to the user's mind?