You know that guy who won’t stop finger-drumming on the table? What if he had a device that could amplify his performance and add effects? Well, now he can rock out on a whole new level, and so can you, with DrumPants – a wearable sensor that connects to a smart phone speaker. Just hide the DrumPants device under your clothes and “play” it by tapping the trigger button. Lei Yu and Tyler Freeman went into the Shark Tank asking for $150,000 in exchange for 5% equity in their company. The Sharks thought that the product wouldn’t have a broad appeal, and questioned if there would be many people who want to turn their bodies into a musical instrument. However Robert saw some potential for these giant strap on sensors and offered $150,000 for 20% equity. Daymond ]]figured he could license the technology somehow and offered $250,000 for 20% of whatever deal that would be. However, both proposals where countered awkwardly and both Sharks withdrew their offers. DrumPants is alive and well and you can get your groove on at drumpants.com.