Urinal video games

Reuters' Joe McDonald informs us of a new hands-free gaming technology: "Play doesn't need to stop for sports fans taking a bathroom break at a Pennsylvania minor-league baseball stadium that has installed video games in men's room urinals."

You can have a go yourself at Lehigh Valley IronPigs' Coca-Cola Park in Allentown.

Photo: Reuters.


  1. You know those old carnival games where you fire a squirt gun into a clown’s mouth? I think something along those lines would have been a much better idea.

    1. It’s a hands free game. The real goal is to make less mess by creating incentive to aim properly. Sad that an incentive is sometimes necessary.

      1. “The real goal is to make less mess by creating incentive to aim properly” Wrong, the real goal is to sell more beer. The longer you pee, the higher your score. Drink more.

        1.  I remember many years ago when they introduced a vending machine breathalyzer in the local pub. It was intended to allow patrons to check their alcohol level before they drove home.
          Of course what happened was most of the people there instead tried to see who could score the highest possible alcohol rating. The machines were gone in a week or so :P

    1. I have a bifurcated stream. It would be the ones on either side of me that would spark.

    1. Hmmm. You could really tote up some crazy high scores if you could get a large enough group of peeple to cross fade their streams.
      “Damn, that last guy pee’d for 7 straight minutes and scored over 9000 points!”

  2. I’ll be there in a few weeks. Will check it out and report back. Might even live stream the experience. Live stream! Ha! I’ll see myself out..

  3. It doesn’t have to be this complicated. In the Zurich airport they’ve put a blue enamel candle in the target area. Men are simple. I couldn’t help myself from aiming.

  4. Does this remind anyone of the TV-watching toilet/armchairs in “Idiocracy?”

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