Sony, EA, Ubisoft and Disney have all violated Bareis' patent on voice recognition, they say, by including the option to talk with fellow gamers.
This "optical disks with speech recognition templates used to access information," reports . Ubisoft's Tom Clancy is the biggest offender of the bunch alleges Bareis Technologies.pertains to
Sony's SOCOM and EA's NASCAR don't escape legal vengeance either, with Disney's Phonics Quest falling foul of the law too apparently. It's because permission wasn't asked, so naturally Bareis' feelings got hurt and now they want royalties, with interest.
Firm with voice recognition patent sues Sony, EA, Ubisoft, Disney
18 November 2009 | By Simon Priest