Recently graduated designer Malcolm Kimberley has decided to take your health seriously. His Pistake Urinal takes samples of your urine, analyses them for sexually transmitted diseases, and sends the results to your cell phone via Bluetooth.
So much to say about this — first, we like the name of the urinal, which may entymologically refer to the pistachio shape of the sculpture (or, more likely, the method of providing a sample). It’s also a great idea to get medical results to people when it’s most relevant, especially if this is installed in clubs and bars.
Finally, we like the idea of bathrooms communicating with your phone — someday, toilets will send text message reminders when we forget to flush.
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UPDATE: Mr. Kimberly writes to inform us that the name of the installation is Relief, the working title was not changed in time for printing.