Hello Everyone, Sorry if wrong forum category, I did not know where else to ask this question, if you know please be kind and help me redirect. In my research department in visual computing in Europe we would like to use Unity3D as a research tool, to develop academic, non profit, open source programs. Unfortunately, with Unity's licensing we have to pay for Unity Pro because the revenue of our university exceeds a certain amount, fair enough... However... although we are officially employee of the university, the hardware and the salary of PhDs, Post Docs and research staff is not paid by the university but funded by project money which Post Docs and Professor had to fight nail and tooth for... this money does not come from the university but from funding bodies from the region, the state, the European-union, or various international research funding bodies... But because our department is actually very poor (most of them are, we still use monitors from the 80's), we cannot afford a Unity Pro licence per seat... Here comes my question: Is anyone aware of any loophole in Unity's licensing that would allow us to use Unity for free, to code non-profit and open-source software ? if so please let us know. Otherwise, if there are Unity people reading this thread, could you please change the rules to make our lives easier ? Thanks in advance, Mat.