When was the last time you were in the bathroom and noticed that you had no toilet paper and there were none to enough to return it? If you have suffered this awkward situation, surely you would have thankful the existence of the RollBot of Charmin, a particular robot that has transformed into one of the main attractions of the technology fair CES 2020.
A subsidiary of Procter & Gamble, Charmin is a manufacturer of toilet paper that has been popularized in social networks and the internet thanks to its funny advertisements featuring bears, but that in the event of Las Vegas has surprised with its foray into the robot market.
RollBot connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth, so to call it you only need to press a button. Uses a balancing mechanism that allows you to keep in standing and in movement, even if it is loaded with one of the gigantic rolls Forever of Charmin, which can last up to three months.
But this robot with bear form is not the only article that surprised Charmin. Running out of toilet paper is one thing, but entering a bathroom and being shot down by a “wall of scents” is something with which all are familiar, and which, certainly, no one enjoys. To combat this, Charmin introduced the SmellSense.
This sensor is calibrated to detect the carbon dioxide that is on the interior of your bathroom and you will be on a panel to a status that will indicate “Enter” or “do Not enter”. In this way, you’ll be able to find out if a bathroom is “safe” to be used, without the need of using your nose as a test device.
RollBot and SmellSense focus on ease-of-use, but Charmin is intended to bring your experience to the interior of your bathroom beyond what I ever would have imagined. That’s at least what it promises I SAW Pee, a tool that will provide you with the chance not to miss out just because you have to answer the call of nature.
How is that? Charmin simply describes the VI Pee as a “bath experience laptop premium”: you sit on the toilet and you put your glasses of virtual reality Oculus Rift’S VR to resume the concert, sporting event or any other thing that you had been viewing before you succumb to your biological urges.
Unfortunately none of these products Charmin will be available for retail sale, the creations of this branch of Procter & Gamble ahead of what could be the smart bathrooms in the future.
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