Steven Feiner is one of 49 scholars and innovators who have been inducted into the inaugural class of the IEEE Virtual Reality Academy. Established in 2022 by the IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical Community (VGTC), the IEEE Virtual Reality Academy recognizes significant contributions and highlights the accomplishments of the leaders in the fast-growing virtual reality field.
Professors Shuran Song, Steve Feiner, and Matei Ciocarlie are developing a novel platform to enable factory workers to work remotely.
Multidisciplinary collaborations across Columbia includes work by CS professors – Peter Allen and Paul Blaer’s scans of French cathedrals and Steven Feiner’s augmented reality app of a 16th century manuscript.
The team, led by professor Steven Feiner, won the Top Prize, Future Interfaces & Spatial Computing, for their demo, Bounce! Collaborative VR for Low-Latency Interaction at the NYC Media Lab Summit last week.
Verizon has said that 5G will revolutionize the world, enabling the latest advancements in industries from telemedicine to autonomous vehicles.
Feiner’s Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab, among the first participating in Verizon’s 5G incubator, aims to enable therapists to work on motor rehabilitation through 5G with remote patients who simultaneously manipulate the same objects.