Say Goodbye To Toilet Lines
Tooshlights promise to reduce your wait time at public restrooms. The technology, invented by a California startup, consists of lights installed on public restroom stalls that turn green when a stall is vacant and red when it's occupied. Allen Klevens, co-founder and CEO of the company, told Forbes he invented the technology because long lines are formed when folks don't know which stalls are empty or occupied. The company also has a mobile app that provides "real-time data" on the number of vacant restroom stalls in a venue. The technology debuted at the Hollywood Bowl with good results.