Co-directed by Benjamin Millepied, Aaron Duffy and Bob Partington, with cinematography from Darius Khondji, the video continually shifts perspectives for the viewer.
"Weimar was a famously hectic, louche, and creative period, and 'Babylon' gives it a gorgeous sheen."
"It's a true storytelling feat, married with sharp editing that makes the entire effort not only seamless, but also wholly intuitive."
"The usefulness of AR and VR going forward is heavily dependent on three primary network components: high capacity, low latency and a uniform experience."
"It's not a TV show. It's not a game. We should be like Prince. It's just, like, a symbol."
"We are the pioneers of the language of virtual reality, and we are the ones creating these experiences, telling these stories, and defining people's expectations."
The five-minute virtual reality experience miniaturizes the viewer inside the unique world of Wes Anderson's upcoming stop-motion animated film.
"You know, someone ought to do a full-dress, serious documentary covering this extraordinary woman's life. And why not have it be us?"