People have to spend time in the bathroom every day, according tomedia CNET. To make life more comfortable, toilet paper maker Charmin has come up with a range of technology-based bathroom solutions at CES. The company launched Rollbot on Sunday, a self-balancing robot that connects to a user’s phone and helps users resolve the embarrassment of toiletless paper and provide new rolls when they need it most.
In addition to Rollbot, Charmin also showcased its SmellSense sensor. SmellSense provides users with a “no” or “good” option based on the amount of carbon dioxide or hydrogen sulfide detected in the air. In addition, AR VIPee will be part of Charmin’s GoLab vision for future bathroom access. This excellent product comes with the Oculus Rift S VR to show users what they might want to do when they’re in the bathroom.
GoLab’s design is not aimed at going public, these are currently just concept products.