Winning a lawsuit against Facebook-owned Oculus appears to have emboldened game maker ZeniMax to take on another big company. It filed a suit over Samsung's Gear VR headset, claiming that the latter has profited from Oculus technology developed at ZeniMax and used without permission by Oculus executive John Carmack, in the US District Court for the Northern District of Texas last Friday.
A US jury has found the original Oculus founders, Palmer Luckey and Brendan Iribe, used code and IP from ID Software (parent company ZeniMax), makers of Doom and Quake, to build the Rift VR headset and awarded damages of US$500 million.
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