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IoCamper: The Apartment That Folds & Fits Into A Van

Glamping is all the rage these days, as people want to hop on road trips, see the world, connect with nature, but also need to do so with the utmost convenience.
Enter: IoCamper!

The handy-dandy camper comes out of Békéscsaba, Hungary created by Tamas Laczko. Basically, those who purchase the IoCamper gain a full and foldable apartment that can easily fit inside a van. It touts being able to fold inside any type of van, including a Mercedes Sprinter or Volkswagen Crafter, without the H1, H2, or H3-size vans needing configuration into a motorhome.

The IoCamper’s standard size is 8.2 x 4.3 x 5.6 feet (2.5 x 1.3 x 1.7 meters); however, it can be customized for future van needs.

And the best part? Assembly and operation is said to be quite easy: simply fold and fit the IoCamper inside your van, and you are ready to hit the open road. In fact, assembly can be done via a smartphone device, tablet, mobile phone, or laptop (don’t you just love living in this day and age). You can also choose to do it manually.

Even better than setting it up, is taking advantage of the amenities within. From a working kitchen, to an infotainment system, air conditioning and more, the IoCamper also has four full-sized beds to comfortably sleep you and your squad.

Motor1 reported that the camper gains its power supply via solar panels, and there is also an option for road trippers to connect to water and supplied electricity within the region when it is possible. During camping season down times, the IoCamper can also be used as a portable guest house or standalone apartment within one’s backyard; if ever needed.

Before anyone gets too excited, the concept is currently in an Indiegogo campaign and could use backing before heading into higher-level production. It currently is projected to offer availability in countries other than Hungary, including some cities within America (including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Dallas), as well as multiple countries in Europe.


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