Look, I'm all for technology. Without it we wouldn't have digital cameras or computer software to adjust our images. That's not the same as creating something that takes all the skill and knowledge out of something. I won't use a camera like this because it takes away another piece of the thrill of photography.
If I don't have the skill or knowledge to get a good shot I don't want to rely on a device to do it for me. That's what God invented the internet for, so if I wanted to look at pictures done by someone or something else I could. Kinda defeats the purpose of being a photographer.
It may be revolutionary, and it may turn out to be the greatest thing since sliced bread. And of course if it becomes the next "latest and greatest" I might jump on the bandwagon. But, I don't see it happening for me. I still like to do things the way my parents taught me, with hard work, skill, knowledge, sacrifice, etc.. Heck, right now I'm using an old Hermes and an abacus to type this post.