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What license would you require?

Discussion in 'SimTools for commercial purposes' started by Virtually Here, Jan 12, 2020.

  1. Virtually Here

    Virtually Here New Member

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    What license would you require me to buy for a location based VR arcade with existing hardware? I am deciding on a system to control various Chinese VR rides. I will not be selling any units to the public just acting as an Arcade.
    Thank you
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    Hmmm.
    Figures... Seems like the professional license is more appropriate to me since I won't be selling machines. Probably gonna be going a different direction if that is the case because I have many machines and between the licensing for the software, adapters for the actuators and all the rest of my expenses I have no idea how I am supposed to make money... Lol....
    I guess I will have to make 100% sure with the dev before I make up my mind.
    Thanks for the info.