If only all computer interfaces were as gloriously sci-fi as this excellent "DIY Overhead Control Panel" hand-built by a maker called Smashcuts. It features a slew of LEDs and 100 programmable buttons and switches that activate shortcuts on his PC, open apps, control volume and screen preferences, etc.
Above: "The green section turns on the different programs I run most often. The top row triggers Chrome, Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects and iTunes."
Above: "The top four switches control the control panel (brightness, backlight, ect) Bottom controls the panel's AI mastermind override (currently broken)."
Above: "'More Rock' and 'Less Rock' control volume."