The current focus is on "smart toilet" hardware and services. The current prototype allows for built-in urine diagnostics and has several other features in active development (variable automatic flush for low water usage, a heated seat, self-sanitization, and a fan system that pulls away all the fumes and smells to analyze them for health data).
Paper demonstrates that near-infrared spectroscopy offers the LuMet toilet a number of research-based, clinically useful options for urine and fecal analysis.
Video shows how foam is made extremely quickly using air, water, and foaming agent. The air and water/solution combination are shot out at a high rate.