Official Nokia-Deadmau5 event now available in HD

We mentioned just a few hours ago that Nokia would be bringing the video of  Deadmau5 event from yesterday to the masses and they delivered. Heck, it's more than just the live stream too as it's been edited with details of the event, new shots and new angles to really bring a new feel to it. (We bet some editors were up all night cranking this thing out).


Best part you can even watch it in 1080P if your computer can handle it. So enjoy and congrats to Nokia to making some history.



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selfcreation says:

not a big fan of Deadmau5 , but that video  gave me chills..

awsome job.

norville2 says:

If the video gave you chills can you imagine what it was like being there with the music pumping....Awesome just awesome.

HeyCori says:

If Microsoft doesn't start marketing more than the world will continue to ignore WP7.

Lx23 says:

lol the way Nokia is doing it, MS doesn´t need to do it. These people are doing an Amazing job. MS should just keep supplying Nokia with money lol.

ousooner314 says:

That, and they need to roll out commercials like this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgoGDPF_NGo.

cormasco says:

All that for a cellphone launch. Nokia isn't playng around. That was epic!

birdman_38 says:

Great to hear the roar of the crowd when the Lumina made it's glorious appearance.

welsbloke says:

Would of been awesome to have been present but it still looked good. I guess Nokia are going to travel with this a bit in the same way Microsoft are taking mega phone around (Paris next of was that just a rumour?).

thirdday2002 says:

I just don't get this.  European advertising is just strange to me...

bitslave says:

Straight over the top hey?

Gmotagi says:

I think the unofficial version like this one are better that the edited one .

macastle says:

After looking at the video the second time, I noticed the message in the video. In the beginning they show how the Window Phone UI is going to take over and the sea of apps is passé. (AKA Iphone) Then they show how the WP UI is a new look when they show the eyes inside rotating blocks. Then they show how WP UI break though the honeycomb ( AKA Android) and is replaced by metro blocks using Microsoft’s trademark Flying butterflies. I’m going to watch it again to see what else I can decipher.  Anyone else pick up any other messages in the video?

Wevenhuis says:

This must have given a big boost to the Nokia and WP7 ecosystem! We've had France, now Germany, Next....Holland?