Arch-OS project management:
Institute of Digital Art & Technology [www.i-dat.org]
and produced by members of the Centre for Media Art & Design Research in collaboration with members of the School of Computing & Mathematics , University of Plymouth.
The i-500 installation was developed in partnership with:
Woods Bagot Architects: http://www.woodsbagot.com/
John Curtin Gallery: http://www.johncurtingallery.org/
Curtin University of Technology: http://www.curtin.edu.au/
The original Portland Square installation was developed in partnership with:
Exeter Healthcare Arts: http://www.rdehospital.nhs.uk/patients/services/arts/default.html
Peninsula Medical School partners (Truro, Exeter, Plymouth): http://www.pcmd.ac.uk/
The Arch-OS project has been developed through a series of collaborations with Architects, Engineers, Digital Media Designers and Artists, including:
Woods Bagot: http://www.woodsbagot.com/
Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects: www.feildenclegg.com
Buro Happold: www.burohappold.com
Nightingale Associates: www.nightingaleassociates.com
Hoare Lea: www.hoarelea.com
DrMM (Derijke Marsh Morgan): www.drmm.co.uk
Arch-OS development team:
B Aga: i-DAT Creative Producer:
Martin Beck: Researcher in Evolutionary Computation Techniques, Artificial Life, and Collective Intelligence:
Dr Guido Bugmann: Reader in Intelligent Systems at the University of Plymouth:
Pete Carss: Research Assistant in Immersive Vision, i-DAT.
Gianni Corino: Researcher in i-DAT.
Katina Hazelden: Research Associate in Telematic Learning Environments, i-DAT.
Simon Lock: Researcher in i-DAT.
Mike Phillips: Director of i-DAT and head of Nascent Art & Technology Research
Justin Roberts: LiquidPress Research Assistant, i-DAT.
Chris Saunders: i-DAT Research Assistant.
Chris Speed: Reader in Digital Architecture across the Schools of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the Edinburgh College of Art.
Previous members of the Arch-OS development team have included:
Peter Anders, George Grinstead, Adam Montandon, Chris O’Shea, Ade Ward.
Arch-OS has been developed through financial support from:
University of Plymouth.
Proof of Concept Funding.
Arts Council England.