Jeremy Patterson Lecturer
Advanced Computing Center
Ohio State University

Jeremy Patterson

Jeremy Patterson is Lecturer at the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design at The Ohio State University and Lead of the User Experience Technology Research and Development at the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. While at his current position at the Research Institute Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Jeremy has been instrumental in spearheading advanced technology projects at the organization, culminating in 6 virtual and mixed reality endeavors to date, ten digital and hardware cross-over projects and 4 US patents.

Voxel Bay (http://voxelbay.com) is the most notable of these endeavors, having been the subject of a presentation and publication at ACM SIGGRAPH 2016 (http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2927403), as well as a being a nominated finalist at South by Southwest Interactive for 2017 and the Miracle Maker of the Year from the Children’s Miracle Network, the highest honor CMN awards annually.

Jeremy is Co-Founder and Chief Creative Technology Officer at LittleSeed inc, which specializes in experiences that deliver first of its kind, evidence-based fun to all areas in hospitals. LittleSeed’s products transform the patient and family experience, turning tears into laughter in clinics everywhere. The company use cutting-edge technologies to reimagine patient experiences with the flair of the entertainment industry, with effortless integration into clinical practice. The tools are easy to use technology that makes physicians, clinicians, caregivers, and most importantly patients and families, better and well. All this with no barriers, now or into the future of healthcare experience. LittleSeed will revolutionize the patient experience and improve a lifetime of outcomes for all patients and families. In this future LittleSeed enables, no one ever has to be scared or anxious to visit their doctor, ever again.

Jeremy is also faculty at The Ohio State University and teaches at the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, a cross-discipline center within the College of Design. Previous to his work at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Jeremy led the research, design, and development efforts on new initiatives at Netscape and America Online. Jeremy has years of recognized experience as a skilled multi-discipline technical expert who creates integrated, interactive experiences for children of all ages, sometimes also referred to as adults.  His previous work through McGraw-Hill, Genentech and Cartoon Network has been experienced and enjoyed by children in classrooms, living rooms and doctor’s offices across the country.

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