Grigore Burdea receives 2017 IEEE Virtual Reality Career Award



Professor Grigore Burdea has been named the recipient of the 2017 IEEE Virtual Reality Career Award given by the Visualization and Graphic Technical Committee of the IEEE. This award established in 2005, is given every year to an individual to honor that person’s lifetime contribution to virtual and/or augmented reality and is the highest award in this field. Professor Burdea is noted for his invention of the Rutgers Master, the first force feedback glove as well as Virtual Reality Therapy to improve symptoms related to chronic pain, dementia, and chronic stroke. Please see http://vgtc.org/content/virtual-and-augmented-reality-technical-awards for a list of past awardees.

Congratulations on this wonderful recognition!