Everyone needs to go to the bathroom. It’s a relatively banal know but it’s part of our lives and we don’t actually think too much about it. But could the bathroom suffer be enhanced to make it better and more interesting? Toilet paper manufacturer Charmin certainly seems to think so.
The company has recently taken the wrappers off some “cheeky” hi-tech concepts that they have imagined for the lavatory. One of which is called the RollBot, where it is a robot that can deliver toilet paper to you and can be controlled by your smartphone, so no longer will you need to scream out to your mummy, siblings, or partners to bring in the toilet paper.
Then there is also the SmellSense, which is an electronic sensor that can “smell” a lavatory to let you know if it’s “safe” for you to go in. If you’ve ever marched into a bathroom right after someone has exerted it, more often than not it’s not a pleasant event. Last-place but not least is the V.I.Pee, which is Charmin’s take on virtual reality.
This is a porta-potty that has been strengthened with virtual reality, so that even when you’re in the lavatory at a concert, you won’t miss out on a single time. Now, these are pretty funny patches of tech and we’re not sure if Charmin ever plans to make it a reality, but it’s still recreation to think and talk about.
According to Rob Reinerman, Charmin Brand Director, “At Charmin, we’re ever on a mission to bring parties a better bathroom know-how, and while that starts with the best TP, Charmin GoLab allows us to finally expand beyond just the seat. The notions we’re drawing to CES are a humorous behavior to showcase our relentless obsession with helping people Enjoy the Go now and into the future.”
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