Linking up smartphones to play music is nothing new, but Google Japan's Android orchestra still deserves a shoutout.

The project synced up 300 Android phones and tablets together with a jungle of cables and computers to play Beethoven's timeless "Ode to Joy." Each Android device used an customized Androidify character to make things more interesting, and the result is a harmonious rendition that sounds a bit like a chorus of robots on helium.

Google Japan will be showing off a live performance of the Android chorus at Omotesando Hills in Tokyo from February 12th to February, according to VentureBeat.

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