High-Tech (And High Cost) Smart Toilets Becoming Popular Worldwide
With AI being used to develop toilets, you will now find models that cost as much as $8,000. While the Japanese have been selling high-tech toilets for nearly three decades now, they haven’t become popular worldwide. Kohler’s second-generation Numi 2.0 Intelligent Toilet has LED lights that can change color dynamically, in-built Alexa, speakers to listen to music, motion activated lid, bidet, dryer, and Bluetooth.
What’s more, the toilet even comes with an emergency flush feature for sudden power outages! On a serious note, smart toilets can be useful as they can help in monitoring health by measuring blood oxygenation levels, blood pressure, and heart rate.
Toto, a Japanese company, developed a smart toilet that could monitor sugar levels in urine, hormone levels, temperature, and check body weight. Other options were designed to let disabled and elderly people live independently.
The iToilet project created a toilet that could adjust the height and tilt of a toilet via voice commands and have sensors to detect the safety of people using them.
Sensors on the toilet that could analyze excreta could analyze early symptoms of any health issue. With proper privacy and security measures in place, smart toilets have a lot of potential.
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