Datasets Terms of Use


You cannot send the datasets to any other party (even if they have access to it themselves), nor disclose to anyone else the information contained within it as well as its structure. It is allowed to share the datasets with students in your research group who you agree to supervise and take full responsibility that their use of the datasets also meets these Terms of Use.

Non-Commerical License

The present datasets are available under a CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike),

Scope of Research

If the scope of your research changes, then you should contact us again for us to agree the change. If you stop researching using V4Design datasets you should make us aware of this fact.

Publication Reference

On any publications that arise from V4Design datasets you should reference to:
Avgerinakis, K., Meditskos, G., Derdaele, J., Mille, S., Shekhawat, Y., Fraguada, L., Lopez, E., Wuyts, J., Tellios, A., Riegas, S., Wachtmeister, J., Doczy, K., Vos, V., Heise, N., Piesk, J., Vergauwen, M., Wanner, L., Vrochidis, S. & Kompatsiaris, I. (2018, October). V4design for enhancing architecture and video game creation. In 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality Adjunct (ISMAR-Adjunct) (pp. 305-309). IEEE.

Acknowledgement of V4Design

All uses of V4Design datasets, including but not limited to research papers, at conferences, on websites, and in press releases, should include prominent acknowledgement that V4Design is the dataset source. However, it should not imply that V4Design endorses the research. It should be clear that V4Design is an external data supplier.

Access to data

V4Design cannot guarantee continued access to the datasets, nor that our service will not be interrupted from time to time. The license to use and store our datasets is recoverable, which means that V4Design may ask you to cease use of it and to delete it from any storage you have at our sole discretion.


V4Design disclaims any warranties, for example but not limited to, the datasets’ suitability for research or publication