Bassam Kurdali reports about the use of his Mancandy video:
"When I made the Mancandy FAQ for the Blender Institute, we licensed the content as CC BY (the audio as CC BY NC) - mainly because the Blender Institute is committed to free/open code and media, and not in the business of making closed content. The value of something is enhanced (I think) every time someone uses it for a new and unexpected purpose."
"Still, I thought that other than educational value, the video on the Mancandy FAQ was (intentionally) rather silly, and probably not versatile enough for lots of re-mix/re-use.
So you can imagine I was pretty surprised when I was contacted by Steve Lyon, from the noprofit accessibleevents about using some of the animation (under the terms of both the CC and CC NC licenses) for use in a video about Sexuality After Spinal Cord Injury (please note this is the work in progress video)
As a final addendum, Steve has informed me that he is working on another video about a boy with spina bifida; if anyone has time or content to help with the project, it would be wonderful to put together to show how the birth defect evolves - so anybody interested in helping out?"
Editor's note: ExpliciteÂ language and content used in the video. This is a frank and honest discussion of sexuality after a major injury so If the kids are around you may wish to view this later. Or you could stop viewing the video after the animated opening.