The gestural interface that looked so shiny in Minority Report has turned up everywhere since then, and now it's cheap enough that it's in the FBI's war room, on Castle. Allowing Nathan Fillion to have too much fun bursting windows.
Remember when that gestural interface was new and fancy? Based on a concept developed by MIT's Tangible Media Group, it was developed for Minority Report by production designer Alex McDowell, among others. (McDowell's so into gestural interfaces, he's actually using them to make movies, rather than just showing them in movies now. He's taught a class on how to use gestural interfaces for "immersive" film-making, at USC.) And designer Mark Coleran put similar gestural interfaces into The Island, Blade II and lots of other movies. Even James Bond had one, in Quantum Of Solace.