The biggest issue with the Olympus Air A01 was that it was very limited wifi wise, it used WiFi b/g/n - which just had trouble staying connected in highly congested areas. Even upgrade to the current version (ac) would have been a huge upgrade. If this thing is actually trying to go further with the new WiFi 6 - I suspect that it will work an awful lot better - and at least as far as technology is concerned - there is a very good chance it would be able to work where the A01 failed (I have one and I loved it, but if you went anywhere where there are a lot of people - it had problems staying connected).Nice. But Olympus and Sony already tried something like this. It didn't work out.
Like I said to my good friend Alastair in 1986, (a manager at IBM in Birmingham) who was telling me all about the Internet, it'll never catch on.I'm with @Danny_SWE and @John M Flores
Very cool...I hope it is viable and grows from current concept. It seems to overcome the ergonomics issues with phones and social media/sharing issues with cameras. I'll keep an open mind. Hell, some day this crazy auto-focus stuff might even work out.