Yesterday, we reported about the teaser Nokia posted on Vine that something awesome is coming soon. This is just a marketing material to signify the acquisition by Microsoft and not anything related to upcoming new devices. Nokia got in touch with the team responsible for the Microsoft Internet Explorer’s incredible “Child of the 90’s” video and created this sequel to celebrate the coming together of Nokia Devices and Services and Microsoft.
With Nokia Devices & Services joining Microsoft, the next chapter of a remarkable story begins: http://conversations.nokia.com/?p=163894
What better way to celebrate the coming together of our histories than with a Rube Goldberg machine, where every part has an equally important role to play in the larger story.
Values, experience, technology, employees and fans…there are many elements involved in the change, and we’re dedicated to bringing each and every piece together perfectly. #MoreColorful
More on the video,
The video was created by two teams of incredible people – Column Five, the agency responsible for helping create the Internet Explorer “Child of the 90’s” video, and Brett Doar the lead Machine Engineer, who also built elaborate contraptions for the GoldieBlox “Princess Machine” commercial and the viral OK Go! music video for ‘This Too Shall Pass.
Read more about the video from Microsoft here.