Laminar Research

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Laminar Research
Private
Industry Video games
Founder Austin Meyer
Headquarters Columbia, South Carolina, U.S.
Products X-Plane
Website Laminar Research

Laminar Research is a small software company based out of Columbia, South Carolina, and is dedicated to providing software that accurately reflects the laws of physics. Laminar's flagship product is the flight simulator X-Plane, but it also produces two other programs, Space Combat and Young's Modulus.

In October 2012, Laminar Research announced that they were being sued by Uniloc over an alleged patent infringement.[1][2]

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