Mack has been recognized with various honors including an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for What Dreams May Come (1998). Since the arrival of commercial VR headsets in 2014, Mack's efforts have been focused on creating and sharing his transformative VR art.
Kevin Mack is a pioneer of virtual art, computer graphics and visual effects.
His abstract virtual reality artworks, Anandala, Blortasia, and Zen Parade, are engineered to inspire awe, engage the imagination, and enhance well being. The work is informed by research in a wide range of fields from neuroscience to artificial life and is being studied and used in therapeutic and medical applications.