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A new statement from Oculus VR strikes back against ZeniMax Media's claims that its CTO John Carmack took any IP from id Software to Oculus, saying there is no Zenimax code "in any Oculus products."
ZeniMax Media, the owner of id Software, has sent out legal notices to both Oculus VR and Facebook, claiming that John Carmack improperly took Zenimax's IP when he left id to become CTO of Oculus VR.
John Carmack, creator of Doom, is now officially employed by Facebook thanks to its $2 billion dollar purchase of Oculus VR, which Carmack is Chief Technology Officer.
A recent interview has revealed the previously unclear reasoning behind John Carmack's decision to leave id Software for OculusRift, a company focused on virtual reality technology.
In a surprise announcement, id Software co-founder and lead programmer John Carmack has announced he has joined Oculus VR, the makers of the Oculus Rift, as its CTO, but will remain at id.
id Software's head programmer John Carmack said that the hardware capabilities of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles are "close" but is still not sold on the Kinect hardware.
id Software co-founder John Carmack says that, in terms of making games, he would be happy if Windows 8 didn't exist, while also saying he is "kind of excited" about checking out a Surface tablet.
id Software and Bethesda Softworks have announced plans to release Doom 3 BFG this fall, re-releasing the 2004 FPS and its expansion pack, along with some new single player levels and Doom 1 and 2.
id Software's John Carmack has admited that the launch of the PC version of its long awaited game Rage was a "cluster!@#$" due to graphics driver issues.
At QuakeCon 2011, id Software founder John Carmack gave his annual keynote speech as he talked about Rage, gaming programming in general and more.
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