This fair use policy outlines the way Onirix should be used. It is essential that you read and accept it before you use our products.
Transfer, Storage & views
Transfer volume is the amount of data that travels between Onirix Studio and webAR experiences (mobile web browsers) or mobile applications. Whenever a scene is visualized inside Onirix Studio, web browser, or an app, content like 3D models, images, videos, text, etc., are downloaded from our cloud infrastructure.
A “view” is a request for accessing an AR scene.
For storage, Onirix does not limit the weight of scenes at a functional level, but it is recommended to try to keep AR scenes at the lowest possible weight to provide quality experiences and performance to users (recommended scene weights less than 20MB in total).
For those clients with scenes larger than 10MB, Onirix reserves the right to allow or block access to the content, depending on the volume consumed and the license contracted. Onirix also offers consulting services and help in optimizing content, thus achieving optimal results in user experience and generated traffic.
For higher transfer or storage volumes we may ask the user to acquire an Onirix custom license.
Spatial AR views
For the views or locations in Spatial AR, our plans Commercial and Scale assume consumption of a maximum of 1000 monthly views or locations from the available views of each plan. If more locations are necessary, they will be specified in the agreement made with the client, in their license agreement.
All AR experiences by default include an Onirix Watermark inside the app players and webAR experiences.
For AR experiences without a watermark or with a custom branding, it is necessary to purchase at least the Commercial plan for webAR with at least one Custom Domain.
Content & Copyright
In most countries, when a person creates an original work they automatically own the copyright to the work. As the copyright owner, they have the exclusive right to use this work. Most of the time, only the copyright owner can say whether someone else has permission to use the work. Please take this into account, whenever you create an AR experience with Onirix that includes work (3D models, audio, video, etc.) that was created by a third party.
Onirix cannot determine who owns the copyright for elements used in AR experiences. If a dispute arises, we will take the concerned content offline.
Nudity, Violence and Hate Speech
It is not allowed to include Content that (note that this is not a complete list):
(i) includes hate speech, explicit content (like pornography), or violence;
(ii) violates or infringes third party’s rights, including but not limited to privacy, or intellectual property rights or that is unlawful or contrary to any applicable law or regulations;
(iii) is inappropriate, indecent, obscene, hateful, defamatory, threatening, offensive, or refers to unlawful or illegal acts;
(iv) promotes racism, hatred, or harm against any group or individual or discrimination based on race, gender, religious beliefs, nationality, disability, sexual orientation, or age; and
(v) is inappropriate in any way
Onirix reserves the right to delete Content that Onirix, at Onirix’s sole discretion, deems to be in violation of the law, the previous terms, or to be otherwise unacceptable.
If in doubt if content can be used, please get in touch with us.