The project lifeClipper2 is subdivided in three fields of research: design, technology and context. It sets an example in interdisciplinary collaboration. lifeClipper2 is fostered and supported by a research team of different institutes at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW: design, microelectronics and geomatics), by the department of Computer Sciences at the University of Basel, as well as by its commercial partners iart interactive ag, different Departments of the canton Basel-Stadt, the Novartis AG, cR Kommunikation AG and others. Please follow the links listed below to get more information about the team members.

Academic partners
- Institute for Research in Design and Art, Academy of Art and Design FHNW
Jan Torpus, Prof. Martin Wiedmer, Fabien Barati, Vera Bühlmann, Nikolas Neecke, Andreas Simon
- Research Group Burkhart, Department Computer Sciences, University Basel
Prof. Dr. Helmar Burkhart, Dr. Martin Guggisberg, Oliver Koch, Florian Müller
- Institute of Microelectronics, School of Engineering FHNW
Prof. Karl Schenk, Laszlo Arato
- Institute of Geomatics Engineering, School of Architecture/Civil Engineering/Geomatics FHNW
Prof. Dr. Stephan Nebiker, Andreas Barmettler

Commercial partners
- iart interactive ag
Valentin Spiess, Daniel Kauert
- Novartis International AG
Michael F. Plüss, Markus Andreas Christen, Daniel Zehnder
- Urban Design and Planning Department, canton Basel-City
Fritz Schumacher, Thomas Waltert
- The Archaeological Department of Basel, canton Basel-City
Guido Lassau, Norbert Spichtig
- Land Registry und Land Surveying office, canton Basel-City
Walter Meier
- Point de Vue (audiovisual productions)
Reinhard Manz, Erich Busslinger
- City Marketing Basel
Sabine Horvath
- cR Kommunikation AG
Sandra Luzia Schafroth
- HHF Architects
Simon Frommenwiler
- gbf Rechtsanwälte (attorneys)
Lukas Bühlmann
- Prof. Emil Annen, University St. Gallen (marketing)
- Lichtspiele GmbH

Network partners: Swiss Design Network
Government funding: KTI/CTI - The Swiss Confederation's Innovation Promotion Agency
Period: October 2006 – September 2008