I’ve managed to build one Aura of my own that you can view if you have the app, by searching for either “KarinLisk” or “Toucan in Costa Rica” or #toucan-in-Costa-Rica, or hover over this photo with your smartphone.
This is a really cool tool and since I’m an information junkie I imagine so many uses for it but I have some concerns about its use in education, particularly with minors. One problem I see is that any viewer must download the app to a mobile device in order to view an Aura and in the process of downloading it they are asked for a credit card number. I skipped this step and it allowed me to open up anyway but I don’t know if that would be true for someone who didn’t already have an account with Aurasma Studio.
In regards to Intellectual Property Rights, this is what the website has to say:
“ No transfer of ownership of any intellectual property will occur under this Agreement. Customer grants HP a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free right and license to any intellectual property that is necessary for HP and its designees to perform the ordered services (including SaaS and the Customer Content). If deliverables are created by HP specifically for Customer and identified as such in Supporting Material, HP hereby grants Customer a worldwide, non-exclusive, fully paid, royalty-free license to reproduce and use copies of the deliverables internally.”