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Transparent public toilets?

Really?

 

OK, after you lock the door the walls turn opaque.  But, still ...


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Advocate I

Re: Transparent public toilets?

Sounds like one of the trials from the show Endurance ...

 

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Contributor III

Re: Transparent public toilets?

So much room for abuse to include picture taking. One little slip and it's "Smile! Your on Candid Camera!".

 

Auto-dimming needs to be automated or face public scrutiny.

 

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Re: Transparent public toilets?

> Beads (Contributor III) posted a new reply in Industry News on 08-19-2020 09:58

> So much room for abuse to include picture taking. One little slip and it's
> "Smile! Your on Candid Camera!".   Auto-dimming needs to be automated or face
> public scrutiny.

I suspect that the "opaquing" is based on LCD technology, and therefore might be
subject to attack by either temperature or electric currents ...

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Contributor III

Re: Transparent public toilets?

From a distance, looks like such an easy physical hack with a piece of gum or other non-conductive material. Add to that good old brute force and your "opaque" anything can be reduced to an inert working condition, i.e. loss of electricity or other loss of functionality.

 

This is a solution looking for a problem.

 

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