Intellectual Property Rights Committee Call for Copyright Questions
The VRA Intellectual Property Rights Committee respectfully requests that members of the VR community participate in an effort to determine which areas of the copyright landscape are most challenging to the profession. Survey results will serve as the basis for a 2015 conference session titled: VR Community Questions Answered.
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