Basically, it's a pocket-sized device that stuffs sixteen different cameras and lenses into one package. When you snap a photo, all of the cameras capture a shot simultaneously which immediately get fused together to create a 52-megapixel wonder.
It also includes a large touchscreen that allows you mess with manual settings traditionally reserved for clunky DSLR cameras.
Priced at $1,299, you can pre-order now with shipping expected to start summer 2016. Pro photogs probably won't hang up their Nikon or Canon for one of these, but it's a fun, powerful camera that's perfect for the kind of person who falls between "bored with traditional point-and-shoot cameras" and "takes photos for a living."