If you enjoy playing the Steam game "Surgeon Simulator" and want to have a more realistic control experience, then the project shown by YouTube user "conquerearth" will be of interest. Using existing hardware instructions they've used a Nintendo PowerGlove from the late 1980s that contains sensors in the fingers and thumb - added an accelerometer and Bluetooth - which gives them a new device to user for user input. With some C# code and judicious software hacking they've managed to use the glove with the simulator game - for example:
For those looking to recreate such a project, a good start would be with the AM3X accelerometer module:
This tiny 3-axis accelerometer module can operate in either +/-1.5 g or +/-6 g ranges, giving your project the ability to tell which way is up. Ideal for robotics projects, tilt sensors, vehicle data loggers, and whatever else you can dream up. For more information and to order, click here.