"Your body becomes a backing band...you tap out whatever music you fancy, and there's no need to carry around heavy equipment."
Jokes aside, DrumPants really do let wearers compose and play music anywhere they want.
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DrumPants were a tough act to follow.
We were skeptical at first, but drummers seem to really be enthused on the project – and since it sends MIDI, you can use it to control any sound you like.
DrumPants have the advantage of being both inexpensive and wearable.
The wearable sensors do offer some additional uses beyond tapping out a tune.
Wearable drum pads that you can put over or under your pants or any other piece of clothing.
Simply tap on the corresponding control sensor to trigger individual percussion sounds just like a standard pair of electronic drums. Easy.
Allowing everyone to literally march to the beat of their own drum.
Many in the tech industry have been describing wearables as the next new big technological wave. I’m excited to see drumming/percussion as a part of this developing trend.
Your body is a drummer's land.
Now that my dreams are being actualized I may not be able to handle it.
The fact that they are backed by a process [design thinking] gives them the extra boost from 'fun idea' to 'viable business.