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JVS Licensed Models
The models identified below have paid licenses secured for their use in JVS modeling exercises. Additional models which were made available free of charge are also included in the cloud library. Shared use of models for purposes of generation of visualization content is probably not covered by the license, although the use for development of the related EATSv5 software fits the license.
Assuming a functional version of the software, it becomes a user’s prerogative, mix-and-match, to select the same, or similar free and/or paid models for use in a personalized version of EATSv5 implemented to their own tastes and preferences. The first point is for EATSv5 to be able to express itself as a visualization creation device using the model structures as provides by the catalog of objects being created by individual artists around the world, … and then, selected, and applied uniquely to each separate user in their own way, on their own device set.
When you watch a movie, everyone gets to see what the director thought was the way to view the situation set. With the director and producer’s concepts of the artificial reality you are moving through. When you read a book, you get to make up a good part of the visualization of the artificial reality because there is no background to the story. The story is all foreground. All of the sensory immersion of visualization and sound is missing, the scenery, and the extras.
Given a series of personalized alignments, we can each “see” and “hear” different images that define the same reality if the specifications used to create the images are directed at the base concepts and qualifiers rather than at predefined notions of those concepts. What color is his hair? Does he have hair? Is there a fireplace in the room?
The intent in 2020 is to use a sample set of these models as a basis for developing an interface between the EATSv5 framework and standardized model sets to be used in the development of shapes and animations for 3D and 4D visualizations and simulations of concepts defined in AIR concept models.