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The bin that catches rubbish

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In order to liven up the inarguably dull task of throwing rubbish into a bin, we'll usually pretend that the entire process is actually part of an important sporting event, where the object of the game is a perfect shot.

Depressingly, given our misguided self-belief, our crowning moments are few and far between and instead, we usually find ourselves victims of our own failure.

Hoping to cure this worldwide epidemic, a Japanese inventor known only as minokur, has created a bin that predicts where your rubbish will land and catches it before the inevitable.

With help from Xbox Kinect, he's crafted the 'Smart Trashbox' which you can marvel at below:

(Images: YouTube)

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