This scary looking interactive toilet was made by a college student to teach kids how to go to the bathroom. The daunting machine sings to you while you are seated, not to mention, the toilet roll pops up once you are done your business.
I'm still trying to figure out what the hand is supposed to teach. Surely teaching kids to shake hands afterward is unhygienic.
Implications - Parents are looking for unique methods to train their children how to do everyday tasks. Ideas like interactive toilet seats help the child feel positive about their learning experiences. This evokes the child's desire to continue to do the activity as it results in a happy and positive feeling.
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