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and in the VR tour are held by the Qalawun VR Project.

This project uses the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license [CC BY-NC-ND], with certain content excepted. This Creative Commons license allows for photos, images, text, and other contents whose copyrights are held by the Qalawun VR Project to be reproduced under the principal conditions that they are unaltered and in their original condition, that they are not used for commercial purposes, and that the copyright holder’s credit is displayed in the appropriate language (in English: Qalawun VR Project, in Japanese: カラーウーンVRプロジェクト).

Photos and images labeled “© Qalawun VR Project” are covered by this Creative Commons license.

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However, the following content may not be reproduced under any circumstances.

  • Photos of project members, shoot coordinators, and other identifiable third parties
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2020.2.1 Added explanation about credit notation
2020.2.1 Added explanation about disclaimer
2020.8.1 Added explanation about the handling of third-party copyright notices such as © John Smith