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Saturday, October 17 • 11:20 - 12:40
Creative Commons and the Future of Design: The 3D and Hardware Commons

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1. Introductions and framing

2. The 3D Commons and CC Licensing (Mahmoud Abu-Wardeh)

  • Description: The spread of 3D fabrication technologies has opened up many possibilities but also introduced a lot of ambiguity when it comes to CC licensing. More awareness of the degree of applicability of copyright in fabrication technologies that utilise digital data for design transmission and storage (e.g. 3D printing) in terms of: developing best practice for use of Creative Commons licenses for the distribution of information related to 3D fabrication technologies.

3. BY-3D? Attribution Challenges with 3D Printed Objects (Michael Weinberg)

  • CC licensed 3D printable objects are proliferating, but they raise a challenging question: what's the proper way to give attribution to their creator? Many 3D printable object files are being distributed with CC licenses.  Setting aside questions of copyrightability, many of those files and objects are clearly protected by copyright.  However, giving proper attribution to creators of real world objects can be a challenge.  Unless attribution is integrated into the design, there is not a logical, consistent way to give creator attribution.  Placards and labels can work in gallery and conference contexts, but is it reasonable to expect someone to hang an attribution card from a bracelet or earring?  This workshop will explore community and creator expectations with the goal of developing best practice for good faith printers. Will result in: Movement towards best practices for people who want to 3D print CC licensed objects.

4. A Peek Into Open Hardware: Motivations, Licensing and Ecosystem (Tomoaki Watanabe)

  • This presentation discusses open hardware, in terms of motivations of various stakeholders, including business models of commercial players, what others can (and should be able to) do with open hardware, and eco-system surrounding such hardware. The presentation is based on case studies and discussions with potential and existing open hardware businesses. Based on answers to key questions about open hardware (identified in the abstract), implications for Creative Commons Licenses and overall cohesiveness of openness movements are drawn. Will result in: Networking with similarly-interested people, possibly leading to future collaboration; Provoking interest in open source hardware as another emerging frontier on open source hardware, and mission and position of Creative Commons licenses

5. How Will CC Shape the Future of Design? (Q&A and panel discussion with all speakers)




Speakers
avatar for Jane Park

Jane Park

Director of Platforms and Partnerships, Creative Commons
Jane leads CC's work with platforms, helping to create easy, clear, and enjoyable ways for users to contribute to the commons. She has eight years of organizational experience in open education, communications, fundraising, and community building. As a founding volunteer of the... Read More →
avatar for Michael Weinberg

Michael Weinberg

Intellectual Property and General Counsel, Shapeways
I do lots of work around 3D printing and intellectual property and am also the Board Chair for the Open Source Hardware Association.


Saturday October 17, 2015 11:20 - 12:40
Hongik Univ Art Center Lecture Room 1 (40 seats) 6 fl. Hongik University Daehakro Art Center 2, 57 Daehakro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

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