STEVE GIBSON is a Canadian media artist, composer, and theorist. He completed his Ph.D. at SUNY Buffalo, where he studied music composition with Louis Andriessen. He also completed postdoctoral research with Arthur Kroker at Concordia University in Montreal. He was formerly Senior Lecturer and Director of the Multimedia Program at Karlstad University in Sweden, and later Associate Professor in Digital Media at University of Victoria in Canada. He is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University in Leicester, UK. His installations and compositions have been performed in such venues as: Ars Electronica; the Whitney Museum of American Art; the North American New Music Festival; the Banff Centre for the Arts; the International Computer Music Conference; the European Media Arts Festival; ISEA95; the San Francisco Art Institute; 4 & 6 CyberConf.

JONATHAN GRIFFITHS is a British new-media designer and programmer currently residing in London. Examples of Jonathan's work have been shown off at such distinguished establishments as: 6CyberConf, the Arvika festival, EMAF '98, the Innovatum Science Museum in Trollhattan, the Malmo SHOOT video festival and World Expo 2000 in Hannover.

BERT DEIVERT was Senior Lecturer and head of Film Studies at Karlstad University, Sweden between 1992-1997. He is also a consultant for multimedia and interactive computer programs, as well as a composer and musician. He has completed several films, many of which have been screened or distributed internationally.

WILL BAUER is an artist and engineer working with integrated media. He is the inventor of the Martin Lighting Director - a wireless 3D virtual media control and integration tool increasingly used by artists and corporations around the world. He is currently President of APR, Inc in Edmonton, Alberta. Will's work in immersive environments has been shown widely in North America and Europe including presentations at the ARCO Fair 95 in Madrid and Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria (1992, 1995, 1998). Will's piece with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Vectorial Elevation generated a prestigious Golden Nica Prize from Ars Electronica. Will has presented and performed works at many festivals such as Cyberconf and SigGraph, and holds a number of patents in diverse areas of technology.