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On the spot: AWS Re:Invent after-party featuring Deadmau5 (+45 photos)

On the spot: AWS Re:Invent after-party featuring Deadmau5 (+45 photos)

Intel invited Deadmau5 to perform at the conclusion of AWS' conference

Intel hosted the Re:Play after-part at Re:Invent 2013

Intel hosted the Re:Play after-part at Re:Invent 2013

At the conclusion of AWS Re:Invent in Las Vegas, Intel turned the conference hall into the site of its Re:Play after-party.

Famous international DJ, Deadmau5, performed a full set at the after-party from his custom stage, complete with a pair of animatronics.

Arcade cabinets featuring classics, such as Space Invaders and Tetris, to more recent titles, such Rave Racer and Marvel Vs. Capcom, were playable at the after-party.

The venue also hosted several group activities during the course of the party, such as giant Jenga and trivia contests.

(Photos taken with Nikon D3200 @ 18-55mm focal length)

Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.


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