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So, we've all seen automatic toilets, and conceptually,
a great idea. Not having to touch anything in the
nice. However, we've all also had them flush many times
while we're moving around in the cubicle.
I think I have a solution. Rather than using a motion or
sensor, why not tie them into the door lock on
cube. Go in, lock the door, do your business, and when
ready to leave unlock the door, which triggers the
No wasted water, no extra contact, guaranteed flush.
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||You're going to wash your hands anyway (I hope), so
what's the problem with a manual flush?
||More relevant to have automatic doors, I'd have
||Well, the automatic flush also insures that a flush
happens, which is a very important step. [edited to
include that advantage in the idea]
||The primary purpose of this is to fix a wasteful
problem with current automatic flush systems.
||//unlock the door, which triggers the flush// at which point the people waiting outside come bursting in to be met with your inanely bobbing sleeping otter which refuses to be dismissed by one puny flush.
||With what do you stick it?
||Reminds me of the old joke,
||Where's brown in a rainbow?
||I know I'm not usually the 'baker with the totally serious
factual answer, but I know this one: It's hiding in the
orangy-red bit, believe it or not. It's a very dim area of the