As the Grammy Awards bring a myriad of musical medleys to televisions tonight, Google has released a musical tribute of its own in its latest Android commercial. As the latest in a series of ads featuring the "Be together. Not the same." tagline, Google drives that sentiment home using a pair of pianos. However, while one piano is tuned normally, the other is a little special. From Google:
A piano has 88 keys. Each one is different. But what if they were all the same? To find out, we took apart a piano and reengineered it so that it only plays one note: Middle C. Be together. #NotTheSame
While the actual Android operating system doesn't make an appearance, the concept behind the ad still makes it a fun watch. Be sure to take a gander at the ad above, and let us know what you think in the comments. And if you're interested, you can check out a separate video that goes over how the ad was put together as well.
Source: Android (YouTube)
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