Is there anything in a man's life more boring than those 15 to 20 seconds (more if you've got the bladder of a brontosaurus) spent standing in front of a urinal? We say no. That's why we're so thrilled about a bizarre new invention out of Japan that aims to answer that age old question: How am I supposed to stay entertained while peeing!?
The SEGA Toirettsu is a video game hardwired into urinals. It uses the trajectory and strength of a man's stream to play short, animated games. Here's how it works: There's a sensor on the back wall of the urinal and an LCD screen eye level on the wall. The screen displays the games, which are controlled by peeing on the sensor. So a man can use his stream to put out fires or erase graffiti or, if he're peeing next to an especially friendly guy, throw it into multiplayer mode and race to shoot milk out of your cute little character's nose. Really.
Watch the Toirettsu in action below. Don't worry, it's totally SFW.