The Guardian UK reports that a few bars and arcades in Tokyo are temporarily housing Toylets – urinals with eye-level LCD screens and pressure sensors that feature games to test a man’s accuracy. Each Toylet comes with four games to choose from:
- Graffiti Eraser – Wipe the virtual graffiti clean with the stream (I’m already regretting using the word “wipe”).
- Mannekin Pis – Named for the urinating boy fountain in Brussels, this game measures the volume of the stream.
- The North Wind and The Sun and Me – There’s a girl in a skirt. User’s whiz = wind. The more powerful the wind, the higher up the skirt blows.
- Milk From Nose, or Splashing Battle – So very relieved to say this is not a two-player game, as in urinal vs. urinal. Instead, the screen logs the strength of the previous user’s stream and challenges the next to…pee harder, I guess.