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Mixamo within a school project: Some students are not yet 13 years old

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Aug 26, 2022 Aug 26, 2022

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I am a computer teacher at a British Secondary School, and I have in mind for my students to use Mixamo. For that reason, I have read these two documents:

 

https://www.adobe.com/legal/terms-linkfree.html
http://www.adobe.com/go/primary-secondary-terms

 

It says that students do not have to be 13 if they are working within a school. Still, I don't understand how I should proceed practically. Some of my students who might be interested in this project might not be 13 years old yet. How should they log in to Mixamo to download the characters and the animations?

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Aug 26, 2022 Aug 26, 2022

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you will first notice the word Mixamo isn't in those docs... thats because Adobe didn't make it and the terms are different

try this link;

https://archive.ph/20140905103016/https://www.mixamo.com/fuse/legal

 

now for a how\ why question your students are allowed to use Adobe software at school because you are there i.e, an adult is assumed to have 'some' control over what these students get upto... i know right

 

how = Adobe wants to track your id location so they can sell you adds... a school tends to use proxy servers to block that kind of tracking [hense] Mixamo will not like your school proxy server

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