Oculus VR Sued By Hawaiian Company

Irvine-based Oculus VR and co-founder Palmer Luckey have been sued again, this time by a company in Hawaii called Total Recall Technologies. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court in California, claims breach of contract and theft of intellectual property by Luckey, who Total Recall claims they hired to help them develop immersive, head mounted displays. Total Recall says that it hired Luckey to build the company a head mounted display in 2011--information that he later used to start Oculus VR.