Another Virtual Reality Headset Accused of Infringement, This Time HTC’s VIVE

October 10, 2017

Inventor-controlled Electronic Scripting Products, Inc. (ESPi) has filed its first lawsuit, suing HTC and Valve (3:17-cv-05806) over two patents broadly related to virtual and augmented reality devices. Accused of infringement is HTC’s VIVE, a virtual reality headset developed together with Valve. Marek Alboszta, one of three inventors named on the patents-in-suit, identifies himself as the plaintiff’s founder and CEO.

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