Japan Invents Smartphone-Controlled Toilet 0

Japan Invents Smartphone-Controlled Toilet

Japan has always been at the forefront of innovation, especially with regard to technology. They’ve also been at the forefront of weird stuff. This time around, they’re proving both with an amazing smartphone-controlled toilet.

Japanese toilets have always been considered as advanced when compared to other countries’, what with their automated water spraying bidets and warming seats, but the new smartphone-controllable ones from SATIS push the envelope further with the ability to make the toilet seat flop up and down, remotely controlling the bidet, and even flushing. What’s even better, the Android app that serves as the UI for the intelligent toilet allows you to track and obsess over your water and electricity consumption, program personalized settings, record every minute detail of “nature’s call” via a Toilet Diary feature. It even allows you to stream music from your phone to the toilet’s built-in speakers.