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SDK License Qs

May 25, 2012 - 7:11pm #1
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1.1 License to Software other than Sample Code. ...the Software is intended for use as a development tool to enable the development and testing of augmented reality end-user software applications (the “Permitted Use”).

Does this limit commercial use?

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1.3 Third Party Licenses. The Software may contain third party programs. The license terms associated with those programs apply to your use of them, and in some instances such programs cannot be used or further distributed without a license from the respective owner of such programs. You shall be solely responsible to obtain, if necessary, a separate and independent license from such owner with respect to any such use. The delivery of the Software does not convey a license, nor imply any rights, to use third party programs. A separate and independent license for such use may be required and You shall be solely responsible to verify whether such license is needed in conjunction with your use of such third party programs.

Can a list of the third party programs be offered so we could follow up with license agreements?

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7. CONSENT TO COLLECTION AND USE OF NON-PERSONAL DATA. You hereby confirm your understanding that the Software enables QUALCOMM to, and You agree that QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates may, collect and use technical and related information, including but not limited to: (i) information about the end users’ devices such as device unique identifier, make, model, operating system name and version and kernel version, (ii) information about our Software used to create your software or augmented reality end user application such as the SDK version and device profile, and (iii) information about your software or augmented reality application and its use such as settings (e.g., camera resolution settings, configuration settings), start and stop dates and times, camera on/off events, target image obtained/lost events, and other general usage information (collectively “Statistics”). You further hereby confirm your understanding that the Software enables QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates to, and You agree that QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates may, collect and use Statistics to: (a) facilitate the provision of new products, updates, enhancements and other services, (b) to improve the Software and our products, services and technologies and (c) to provide new products, services or technologies to You and/or our customers.

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(i) the collection by QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates of Statistics from the Software (including but not limited to: (a) information about the end users’ devices such as device unique identifier, make, model, operating system name and version and kernel version, (b) information about our Software used to create your software or augmented reality end user application such as the SDK version and device profile, and (c) information about your software or augmented reality application and its use such as settings (e.g., camera resolution settings, configuration settings), start and stop dates and times, camera on/off events, target image obtained/lost events, and other general usage information (collectively “Statistics”)).

Does this mean our code could be used by QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates? Copyright does only go so far. Also, how are collections made?

Thanks in advance,
Dropdeadred

Re: SDK License Qs

June 11, 2012 - 5:42pm #3

Excuse the delay. I had to confirm few points..

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Does this limit commercial use?

You may build applications and distribute them commercially through app stores

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Can a list of the third party programs be offered so we could follow up with license agreements?

Please refer to licenses/license_readme.txt for a full list of third party licenses that qualcomm uses in the SDK. For the purposes of using the SDK to build and commercially distribute apps, you do not need to obtain any additional licenses.

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Does this mean our code could be used by QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates? Copyright does only go so far. Also, how are collections made?

We do not get rights to a developer's application code.

Re: SDK License Qs

May 30, 2012 - 6:39am #2

I'm interested in those topics too, please someone can clarify this?

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