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  After ↵collecting toilets and ↵more toilets, now it’s the other way round—not toilets in computergames, but computergames in toilets. Designer ↑Marcel Neundörfer has developed urinals with integrated gameplay: “Recessed into a urinal is a pressure-sensitive display screen. When the guest uses it, he triggers an interactive game, producing images and sound.” To make things clear: you actually have to well-aimedly pee on the touch-sensitive screen. A gender-sensitive topic? And what about combining Neundörfer’s gadget with ↵shocking roulette? Unthought-of business opportunities. But there will be copyright issues, as Hayes Solos Raffle and Dan Maynes-Aminzade had the idea already in 2002 … Continue reading