Event Title

Working Group Reports on Copyright and Ownership

Streaming Media

Location

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Start Date

14-8-2018 1:15 PM

End Date

14-8-2018 3:15 PM

Description

"The 'Law' of 3D in the Modern Cultural Institution". The Copyright/Ownership working group was formed to examine legal questions related to generating and preserving 3D data. During CS3DP Forum 1, we surveyed basic copyright as currently defined by U.S. law, and mapped out elements in a generalized 3D-data workflow as context for exploring legal and ethical issues. For example, from a legal standpoint, how would scanning a rock (no copyright) differ from scanning a Native American artifact (ethical issues) or a sculpture (copyright)? What rights could apply to intermediate and final data output? Do those change if the goal of a project is to ‘faithfully reproduce’ versus ‘creatively construct’ an object as a 3D model?

Rights

Copyright © 2018 The Presenters

Publisher

University of Iowa

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Working Group Reports on Copyright and Ownership

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

"The 'Law' of 3D in the Modern Cultural Institution". The Copyright/Ownership working group was formed to examine legal questions related to generating and preserving 3D data. During CS3DP Forum 1, we surveyed basic copyright as currently defined by U.S. law, and mapped out elements in a generalized 3D-data workflow as context for exploring legal and ethical issues. For example, from a legal standpoint, how would scanning a rock (no copyright) differ from scanning a Native American artifact (ethical issues) or a sculpture (copyright)? What rights could apply to intermediate and final data output? Do those change if the goal of a project is to ‘faithfully reproduce’ versus ‘creatively construct’ an object as a 3D model?