Microsoft, Others Sued Over Motion Tracking IP

Law360, San Diego (July 5, 2011, 4:11 PM EDT) -- Microsoft Corp. and eight video game makers were targeted in a suit in Delaware on Friday alleging they infringed several of Impulse Technology Ltd.’s motion tracking patents.

The Bay Village, Ohio-based plaintiff alleges that Microsoft’s Xbox 360 game console add-on Kinect improperly incorporates technology that tracks users’ movements and lets them play video games without a controller. Meanwhile, Electronic Arts Inc., Sega of America Inc. and the other video game makers stand accused of making exercise games, sports games and other games designed for the Kinect...
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