Some assembly required: Ikea’s first digicam takes ‘boxy’ to a new level
Scandinavian megaretailer Ikea has gained worldwide fame--perhaps verging on notoriety--for product designs that pare things down to their very basics, and use cheap, sustainable materials wherever possible. Now, they've turned their attention to the imaging world, with the help of product designer Jesper Kouthoofd of Teenage Engineering A.B. The result? What Teenage Engineering describes as the "world's cheapest cardboard camera".
Of course, it wouldn't be an Ikea design without a quirky, hard-to-pronounce name, and the KNÄPPA camera doesn't dissappoint. It does, however, buck the...
Source: Imaging Resource