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Knäppa by Ikea

Knäppa, designed by Jesper Kouthoofd, is an eco-friendly digital camera made almost entirely from cardboard. It runs on two AA batteries, and connects to a computer with help of a swing-out USB connector.
The camera will not be sold but rather given away to consumers in selected stores around the world.


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2 comments on “Knäppa by Ikea

  1. Isaac
    May 29, 2012

    I’m honestly a little confused at this. It’s deemed to be eco-friendly, but in the day where almost everyone in the Western World has access to a cameraphone or a cheap digital camera, why make a product that no one really needs? It seems actually wasteful.

  2. apricotjuice
    May 29, 2012

    Knäppa suggests buyers to share images of their furniture on the chain’s website.
    It’s only a promotion; indeed, the item itself is eco-friendly.

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