Credits for CodeZebra Habituation Cages and Software:
Sara Diamond, lead artist and designer derives great pleasure from leading a team comprised of talented computer scientists, designers and programmers in GB, USA, Canada and Europe and Brazil.
Collaborators include Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary (visualization); Sha Xin-Wei, Georgia Institute of Technology (smart materials); Susan Jenkin-Jones, Central Saint Martin’s (design); Patrick Crowe (producer); Ghislaine Boddington and Andrew Chetty, Future Physical (event curators), Andrew Salway, University of Surrey, (artificial intelligence); Marcelo Walter (visualization); Richard Lachman and Kevin Liang, Banff (JAVA, chat and visualization programmers); Gaspar Bendick (C3 Games Designer); Nick Ryan (composer); Susan Kennard (audio designer), Chris Salter (T-Garden); Richard Fiore (graphic designer; Mark Kolodi (Flash programmer). The first prototypes were built by John Tonkin and Joshua Portway.
V2_Lab: Artem Baguinski (server side and client side software); Stephan Drescher (database programmer); Anne Nigten (manager); Erik Kemperman (artificial intelligence); Lenno Verhoog (visuals).
The Habituation Cages are produced by DEAF and V2_: Gabriëlle Anceaux, Martin Taminiau and the DEAF team.
Sponsors/Funding for CodeZebra has included Culture 2000, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Canada Council, Arts Council of England, Daniel Langlois Foundation, Telefilm Canada, South East Arts , Arts Alliance, BBC, CBC, The Banff Centre, University of Calgary, The Rockefeller Foundation; SmartLab Centre, V2_, C3, Shinkansen, University of Turku, UNISINOS, SIGGRAPH, Alberta Science and Research Authority, DFAIT Canada.