In Synthetic Eros --- Synthetic Errors, data is extracted from an electrocardiography sensor (ECG), used in measurements of heartbeat rate, and placed in the virtual three-dimensional space, performing a translation from the physical into the mathematical world. The title of this work is the result of another translation error: when the work was invited to an exhibition, the original title *Synthetic Eros*, foregrounding the theme of biosignals, was transmitted by phone to Professor Golding who understood the title as Synthetic Errors. Now, the work bears the double title, embodying the plurality of the work in the title itself. Those vertices, still zero-dimensional, are used to algorithmically create one-dimensional lines and then a two-dimensional surface that embodies the signal data on one axis and the time on another. The surface is extruded to produce thickness, allowing the three-dimensional virtual object to be printed or carved.