Dennis P Paul is a German designer with a geek streak. He has made the instrument that has a remarkable skill: it makes sonic equivalent for everything. It is a spinning structure and a laser, shooting 3D data through a sound processor. It means that it can basically translate anything into sound. The instrument took about three weeks to build and required many different tools as well as many different disciplines like electronics, programming, etc. Dennis was a small kid when he got interested in a Lego set, moving on to printing his own T-shirts and by the time he was 10 years old, he was already programming his computer to make music and graphics. Today, as an interactive designer, his main mission is to engage himself and others with new technologies.