You may not be able to start your shower with a glance, but the fanciest bathrooms still feature some pretty cool gadgets. Take this quiz to find out how much you know about high-tech bathrooms.
It's widely acknowledged that everyone -- even children -- should brush for two minutes at least twice per day. Of course, most of us brush for far less than that, but new electric toothbrushes have wireless technology that tells you how long you've been at it and when it's time to stop.
Automatic faucets aren't just for public restrooms anymore. People are installing these in their homes to cut down water use and the spread of germs.
"Bidet" is a French word for "pony." We know; toilet alternatives and ponies aren't very relatable, but the word is supposed to be instructive. People are supposed to "ride" a bidet in the same way they'd ride a pony.
Dual-flush toilets handle solids and liquids differently in order to cut down on water use when flushing.
Older toilets can use up to seven gallons of water per flush, but federal law now requires that new homes come with low-flow models that use less than two gallons per flush.
Composting toilets recycle human waste without using water and can save more than 6,000 gallons of water per year.
These high-tech mirrors allow you to watch television while you get ready in the bathroom. When they're on, a TV image appears in a section of the glass, and when they're off they look like regular mirrors.
Some high-tech showers come with a control panel that allows you to create personalized settings for water temperature and pressure.
Toothbrush sanitizers use UV light to kill the germs that linger on toothbrushes. Manufacturers claim that these sanitizers kill 99.9 percent of germs.
The newest high-tech toilets play music when they're in use. The preset tunes are mellow and atmospheric, but if you want to rock on the pot, you can do that, too, as some of these commodes have MP3 inputs.