To be fair to Zeni Max... They wanted Oculus to succeed at first, but more importantly they wanted close partnership... But after Facebook bought it chance became zero... VR requires an industry consortium for a standard.. Because Facebook bought it.. Obviously Google wouldn't work with Facebook neither would Sony (as they didn't)... VR would end up highly fragmented... Developers would be then less likely to develop new IPs on VR...
Hah, that's great. Glad to hear somebody kicking back with something a little more decisive than the usual 'we apologize for any misunderstanding and want a peaceful resolution' crap that gets thrown between companies. I really do want to see Occulus succeed, both for their own sake (really looking forward to the DK2) and to keep pushing foward VR as a whole.
We're entering the age of VR, and now everybody and there dog wants in. It's the "I did it first!" type thing again. Sorry Zeni Max, but it's not always who does it first, it's who does it right. Remember Palm?
design schematics and code please other wise it's zeni max's. zeni max's people have been in the VR business since 2003 and rift is using alot of tech from those first set of glasses they used to create the gimmick of 3D back then.
color stigmatism is not 3D by the way zeni/oculus it's a sight problem that will damage users eye sight. ask any optometrist/opthamologist.