by Lodorenos, published
Recent Commentsview all
I decided to post the 123D Make 3DP file. I see many of these types of objects on AutoDesk's website, an a 3DP file doesn't actually contain any copyrighted material. You have to clean it up yourself, sorry about that.
Sorry, but you're wrong. To mirror who RobTFirefly sayd, given that the item is MEANT to be sold and it's a modern product not some ancient vase from the ming dynasty, it means all parties who recreate it are bypassing the availability of its owners rights to distribution and derivatives *Thats why we have to choose to allow people to make derivatives here*. Â Â Â
Just like how we cant use a custom recording device, capture audio from a song, upload it here, andÂ re-appropriateÂ its rights, we cant scan someones for-sale products andÂ re-appropriateÂ those rights to others.Â We cant rely on yelling Fair Use for everything we do. We may be Open Source loving makers, but we still have to follow some basic rules.Â Also IÂ don'tÂ see where he says he bought the model, just that he found and took pictures of it at the shop. But 1 person buying an itemÂ doesn'tÂ negate the others who just rebuild it from a 3d scan.Lodorenos, I am sincerely sorry this debate has shown up on your post. I did not mean for it to gain this kind of attention when I made my first post :/ I hope this does not discourage you from trying to do more with 3d scanning/ photogrammatry and 3d printing.
Liked Byview all
Give a Shout Out
This was created by taking 32 pictures around the model I found in a market. The images were then converted to a messy 3D model with assistance of Autodesk's 123D Catch software which I then cleaned up and repaired with Autodesk MeshMixer and NetFabb.
LEGAL STUFF: I took down the links, sorry. Apparently this could possibly be a violation of copyright. I asked my lawyer today, and he noted that it's legal (in the USA) to create the model and use it for my own or educational uses. So technically I can release it as fair use implying educational use, but I'm not going to risk it.
You must be logged in to post a comment.