Enter a trade show these days and two things become immediately apparent. One: the massive scale of displays. Two: the lack of attendees. I recently attended PCBC 2016, a home products and materials showcase in San Francisco. It was afternoon. Maybe I missed the morning crowds. I could see clear down the aisles, a view mostly unblocked by attendees.
Kohler was showing its high-tech toilet. Being an engineer, I was geeking out. Not only does this wonder of wonders sense your approach and raise its lid, but it also lets you choose different swirl patterns for your flush. Should this not be drawing crowds?