Want to Know When It’s Time to Take a Dump? D-Free Will Help
Wearable devices are trending and there’s plenty of variety in the market. There are wearables being sold as mobile campanion devices, heart rate monitors and what not. But did you ever imagine, that one day a wearable device will tell you when it’s time take a dump?
Human race mastered aviation, built skyscrapers, reached space so it was about time we mastered the art of poop. Something that has eluded us for so long, is now possible thanks to D-FREE. It’s a device that will give you a heads up minutes before your bowel movement; wonders of technology my friend!
D-Free is under development at Triple W, who will soon start an Indiegogo campaign to raise money for mass production. Details about the device are limited at the moment but according to a new promotional footage, D-Free will be able to detect activities in your intestines.
From there, after some complex calculations, D-Free will let you know if it’s time to clog the drain. The device will send you a push notification on your smartphone with all the details and a window of time to help you prepare for your upcoming journey to the bathroom.
The device is rectangular in shape and is placed over the abdomen. Over time, D-Free will learn more about its user’s habits and will provide a more tailored notification. The promotional video assures users that they will “no longer feel stressed about unpredictable bowel movements.”
“Imagine the panic if 3 or 4 of these alarms went off on a plane with just one bathroom…”
“Could they make something like this to detect when a baby is about to cry?”
“Now I’m depressed thinking about getting old and not being able to control my bowels.”
On a more serious note, the handy device is marketed to users with diseases and disabilities. Surely, D-Free is really beneficial for those. Hopefully, it will get proper funding. If you wish, you can support this device with your wallet when Triple W starts its campaign on Indiegogo.
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