Bathroom Fun: Sega’s New Urinal Video Game

Japan leads the industry in futuristic toilets with seat warmers and water sprays. Now video game company Sega has taken it further and have created a game mounted into men’s public urinals! A pressure sensor in the urinal’s porcelain wall measures the stream of liquid while you do your business. A screen above the urinal displays the game in progress and then shows digital signage when not in use. Currently there are four games planned including one that keeps highest fluid records and another that allows you to erase graffiti off a wall using a hose. Maybe this is what will cause men to begin taking bathroom trips in twos or threes just like women.


via Akihabara News

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