The BBC's Marc Cieslak tries out the urinal-mounted games console for men. There is not much choice: stare blankly at the wall tiles, focus on shoes with face set in a grimace, or maybe whistle. When men use a public urinal they are cruelly left in full view, with nothing to do as they answer nature's call. British company Captive Media thinks it has developed a product that fills a gap in the market - a urinal mounted, urine-controlled games console for men. It calls it the first "hands-free" video gaming console of its kind. The sturdy device sits above the normal oval ceramic urinal bowl, opening up a whole new world of entertainment. The user is presented with three generous targets to aim for in the urinal: stickers in the unit that read "Start", "Left" and "Right". The console is able to detect where the urine is falling by means of an infra-red device. And so a rudimentary "joystick" is set up. Games on offer include a skiing challenge, and a multiple choice pub quiz. Once they have finished their business, customers can use their mobile phones to post their scores to Twitter and a live leader board. The console unit has a 12 inch LCD screen, and sits behind toughened glass. So it can withstand collateral damage and be easily cleaned. The sensor unit is contactless and does not use a camera, another important design consideration. Windows 7 embedded, it is powered by one of Intel's Atom dual core microprocessors. BBC