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Operating under the Zen-like premise that every movement generates sound, Nokia and Farfar created Pjotro, the fictional Man with the Musical Suit, as an online mascot to promote the release of the musical N91 mobile phone. Visitors to Pjotro's microsite can witness the music-loving Swede decked out in his own hi-tech invention: a suit engineered to generate music as he dances. Using an intricate circular interface, users can choose from a variety of speeds and cutting edge dance moves to create a unique song-and-dance number that would put Dance Dance Revolution to shame.