Hello, I'm a researcher and I'm aiming at how to scheme 3D dynamic scenes as streams effectively. However, I want to confirm that whether my pipeline will bring me legal risks. Our pipeline is as follow. First, we're going to use the assets released by mixamo to build several 3D dynamic scenes, and then invite several viewers to watch these scenes and capture their heads' and eyes' movements. Then, all these movement trajectories and the corresponding 3D scenes might be sent into an AI-empowered scheming algorithm to evaluate the scheming algorithm's performance and even do some finetuning to the AI backbone. Finally, the whole dataset including the 3D scenes and the viewers' trajectories might be released in our work. Will mixamo forbid us from doing this? And if it's OK, should we cite something in the end of our publishment?
translation = you want to train ai to think like a sample of humans and that is clearly against the Adobe licence so no
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