Undoubtedly, Japan is the land of technology and future and over the years we have seen all sorts of latest inventions from the Japanese. After many different robots and smart vending machines with touchscreen displays, we now have a smart toilet that will give your body an MOT check as you use it.


This smart toilet comes from Toto and it will perform various tests while you’re using it. For example, this toilet will check your urine, blood pressure, weight and body temperature as you use it, and you’ll get all those information on the display mounted next to you while you’re sat on it.

Ok, so this isn’t the sort of information one would expect to have their eyes on while sat on the loo but in addition, test results can even be sent automatically to your laptop.

The device that is mounted inside the toilet will check sugar levels in your urine and included armband will check your blood pressure. In addition, inbuilt floor scale checks your weight as you use the toilet. This high tech toilet looks interesting enough and it seems the elderly population will be making the most of it.

The smart toilet will also store data for up to five different users, and it costs between $4,100 to $5,850. Smart toilets might become the future someday but until that happens they will remain available only in Japan.

[via Ubergizmo]

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2 Responses to Toto smart toilet analyses your poo and checks your health

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    kayb says:

    Retinal Implant shall be the best of a kind, those who have been undermining the blind shall have to now treat them equal. thats a good innovation. we look forward seen the product soon in the market. hope its not going to be expensive

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    [...] Disease, Diabetes or some other ailment, it might be handy, but otherwise a toilet that does poo analysis is really a bit of a stretch in the motion sensor [...]

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