Sega creates video games for urinals in Tokyo

January 10, 2011 12:19:57 PM PST
Sega is about to install mini-gaming consoles above urinals in Tokyo's metro stations - the action is controlled by users' urine.

A pressure sensor measures the forcefulness of the stream and that translates into blasting graffiti off a wall or sumo wrestlers squirting milk from their noses to push opponents out of the ring.

By selling ads, Sega hopes to be flush with cash.