The system mounts on a conventional sit-down toilet and utilizes cameras to measure the user’s feces based on the Bristol stool scale. At the same time, a pressure sensor built in to the toilet seat monitors the bowel movement’s duration. Both of these measures can reveal conditions like chronic constipation, irritable bowel system, and even colon cancer.

Users who stand to urinate can also have their velocity, flow, and duration measured by camera, while test strips automatically extend into the stream for urinalysis, which can ascertain a variety of chemical levels and test for numerous substances.