Polyus is an omnidirectional speaker which allows multiple listeners to perceive different sounds from the same source simultaneously. Using Polyus, sounds can be positioned into specific areas of a room, which will be only perceived by the listener in relation to how he/she is located in the area where a sound was assigned to. The system consists of three core components: The Acouspade, a directional speaker, able to focus sound into a narrow beam, a reflector redirecting the sound while spinning at a high velocity and a LIDAR (light detection and ranging) sensor tracking the visitor’s position. It allows the creation of nonlinear, spatial compositions through which the audience can move, as opposed to perceiving them on a timeline. The system should also test our ability to orient ourselves using our hearing.