Thanks for the warm welcome!
These are GREAT questions! Starting this week I joined the Babylon dev team full time at Microsoft. I work alongside @Deltakosh, @trevordev, @bghgary, @sbtron, @syntheticmagus, @sebavan, and @PatrickRyan.
Microsoft is super supportive of the product…so supportive of it in fact…that they fund an entire team to dedicate their time to it fully.
However, Babylon is and will always be free and Open Source!
And so…this video will not be used in any commercial way whatsoever. This video will simply be a visual tool for us to show off the latest additions to the technology and the fantastic contributions and creations from the community. That’s it. By the community, for the community!
The audience is anyone who’s interested in Babylon. Anyone at all.
I hope that adds some clarity.
We’ve done videos like this in the past as well. Here’s the last one that was made for the 3.3 release in Oct.
Thanks a million for the great questions!