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Re: Genius robotic toilet
Sheetal.Pandey   10/19/2013 3:14:54 PM
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Atmel provdes lots of helpful techncal documentation that makes it so less difficult to dsign with their microcontrollers. For somene who wants to nnovate atmel is so good.

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Genius robotic toilet
SylvieBarak   10/18/2013 6:07:35 PM
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Do you know how many arguments we have at my house about leaving the toilet seat up? No, I mean, seriously... if my husband didn't also take the trash out every week, I might have kicked him out for it a LONG time ago :) That's why my favorite submission so far is the robotic toilet seat lifter/lowerer. 

Powered by an Atmega328p processor, the mat can read a person's toilet facing direction and therefore determine whether the seat needs to be up or down. GENIUS.

Now if someone would only invent a robot to take out the trash... marriages all over the world would be a lot healthier :)

Come on EE Timers.... impress me!

 

 

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