David founded Lighthaus in 2013. He is a lecturer at the Stanford School of Medicine, and covered technology for 7 years at the Los Angeles Times. A recipient of the John S. Knight Journalism fellowship at Stanford, David has a degree in computer science from Yale, and a degree in fiction writing from the University of Iowa.
David Axelrod MD, lead medical consultant
Dr. Axelrod is a pediatric cardiologist at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford, and co-creator of the Stanford Virtual Heart. He specializes in the care of children with critical cardiac disease from acquired and congenital heart disease.
Michael Stevenson, chief VR engineer
Michael is a veteran Unity developer with specialties in virtual reality and natural motion interfaces. He has extensive experience building VR for education, science and medicine.
Meg Niman, chief designer
Meg is a user experience designer fascinated by the intersection of software and hardware. A former classroom teacher with Teach For America, Meg has designed products used by millions at Microsoft (HoloLens, Xbox), Fitbit, and LeapFrog.
Andrew Coggeshall, chief VR artist
Andrew is an award-winning 3D artist and animator who specializes in high quality visuals for interactive and VR experiences.