Video game publisher ZeniMax Media Inc. filed a lawsuit against technology company Oculus VR in the Dallas federal court late this May for allegedly using intellectual property material owned by the former in Oculus VR’s invention of a virtual reality device, de zeen magazine reported on May 28.
According to the lawsuit, Oculus founder Palmer Luckey obtained technical assistance from John Carmack, a former employee of ZeniMax. ZeniMax said Carmack used information he learned from the company to contribute to the Oculus Rift computer coding and technology. ZeniMax is also suing because Oculus allegedly violated a non-disclosure agreement.
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