Source.Code is a reactive environment created for a company headquarters near Düsseldorf. It's designed and developed by the Ars Electronica Futurelab, with which I have been working with a couple of times. The installation stretches from the outside of the building all the way in through the entrance and the elevator up to the top floor. It both a guiding system for guests visiting the company and a visualization of the internal global processes of the company's software, as well as an interactive art piece.
The environment is a virtual stream of water where a new breed of creatures is curiously swimming around looking for visitors and attracting their attention to guide them through the building. My part in this project was designing the artificial intelligence or reactive behaviors of these creatures. Source.Code is also the practical part of my master thesis, which was published in May 2007.