The Synesthetic Machine is an interactive installation that uses modified equipment to externally process a synesthetic experience. A user initiates the process by dipping their hand in water. The water drips down a board, directed by bumps and ridges towards a series of dye pools. The water drips through the dye onto a piece of paper that rotates below, effectively transferring the tangible experience at the start into a visual moment. The paper is then scanned into a piece of computer software that reads image data and converts the information into soundscapes, moving from a visual experience to an auditory experience. The audio wave is then delivered to a printer that is equipped with flavoring rather than ink, moving from sound to taste. The process which was initiated by touch moves to vision, hearing, and taste.