User Experience of Japanese Toilets
On a recent visit to Tokyo I was amazed at how fluid the user experience of everything from trains to restaurants is. It seems that whenever you have a question, they have already thought of the answer.
One thing that drove me up the wall though after spending 10 min in a toilet, was: “Where is the flush?”
You can water you behind and/or front at different speeds, with sounds (several volumes), have a nice smelling perfume etc…
But the flush? Sometimes difficult to find, sometimes automatic when you stand up.
I love domotica, but you can get too far….
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