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Virtual reality headset maker Oculus has announced a new prototype codenamed Crescent Bay with new features such as 360 degree head tracking and improvements over the previous generation Oculus Rift.
Oculus, the virtual reality headset maker, is set to acquire the award-winning Carbon Design Team, which helped design numerous Microsoft products including the Xbox 360 controller and Kinect.
A new report claims that not only is Samsung working on its own virtual reality helmet, it is collaborating with Oculus VR on its development, even as Oculus works on its own helmet.
ZeniMax Media has now officially filed a lawsuit against Oculus VR, claiming that its CTO John Carmack helped to develop the Oculus Rift hardware and software while still working at id Software.
Oculus VR has hired Kenneth Scott, formerly the Art Director at Microsoft's 343 Industries on Halo 4, to fill out its first party game content team for its virtual reality helmet.
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."
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Oculus VR co-founder Palmer Luckey stated that company employees, and even some of their family members, have received death threats since their deal to be acquired by Facebook was announced.
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The New York Times reports, via an unnamed source, that Facebook eventually plans to put its own logo and user interface in a redesigned version of the Oculus Rift VR helmet.