Tech Innovations: How To Clean Your Smartphone
WOULD YOU LIKE SANITISATION WITH THAT?
Hands up if you’re scrolling through your phone right now while sitting on the loo?
If so, you’ll appreciate this post even more.
As you probably know, Japan is famous for its high-tech toilets, with funky features like seat warming and deoderisation available at the press of a button.
So, it’s fitting that another revolutionary bathroom-based invention has arisen from the Land of the Rising Sun.
The video clip below was reportedly filmed in the restroom of a McDonald’s in Japan late last year. It features a sink system called WOSH that allows customers to not only clean their hands but sanitise their smartphones.
Developed by Japanese company, WOTA, the technology uses a hydrological cycle system and deep ultraviolet lights to disinfect phones in roughly 30 seconds.
How cool is that?!
As several studies have suggested, smartphones are perennial germ collectors—no doubt exacerbated by cubicle-centric scrolling!
With that being the case, we hope this tech continues to be ‘flushed out’ across the globe.
We couldn’t resist a side of toilet humour. 😁
Video credit: https://twitter.com/shao1555https://lnkd.in/guu2R2br