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联盟章程

  虚拟现实产业联盟章程

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  第一章 总则

  第一条 为整合和协调全球虚拟现实产业资源,促进全球虚拟现实技术研发、产品制造、标准制定、应用推广以及其他关键共性问题之解决等,特制定本章程。

  第二条 虚拟现实产业联盟是非政府的、具有法人资格的国际社会团体和自律组织。

  第三条 虚拟现实产业联盟秉承“开放、合作、平等、互利”的原则,致力于加强国际合作,以促进虚拟现实产业健康、持续发展。

  第四条 愿景与目标。联盟立足中国市场,凭借强大的政府支持及中国高速发展的虚拟现实产业环境,联合虚拟现实产业领域的领导企业,以建立全球虚拟现实生态体系和行业标准为基本愿景。联盟将打破行业壁垒,夯实全球虚拟现实产业技术基础,促进贯穿硬件、软件、内容、平台及行业应用等虚拟现实生态链尽快形成,最终以建立互联互通、相互兼容的生态体系为根本目标。

  第五条 虚拟现实产业联盟是由中国倡议发起成立的、虚拟现实产业领域的国际性产业联盟,接受中华人民共和国工业和信息化部的指导和监督。

  第六条 虚拟现实产业联盟的业务范围包括但不限于:

  (1)开展虚拟现实领域重大规划和课题研究,发布虚拟现实产业报告等;

  (2)推进全球虚拟现实领域关键共性技术研发,建立健全虚拟现实国际标准体系;

  (3)促进虚拟现实技术、产品和服务在重点行业领域的应用推广;

  (4)促进设立虚拟现实产业投资基金,为全球虚拟现实领域的优秀初创项目提供孵化投资服务;

  (5)组织举办虚拟现实领域各类重大活动,促进国际合作交流;

  第二章 会员

  第七条 本联盟采用单位会员制。

  凡具有独立法人资格,致力于虚拟现实技术产品研发、内容生产、标准制定、产业链配套、产业应用等全球虚拟现实产业发展的企业、事业单位、科研院所、大专院校、行业研究和服务机构,以及国家和地方性协会、相关产业园区,承认本联盟章程,均可向联盟提出申请。经批准后成为联盟会员,享受联盟会员权利,承担联盟会员义务。

  联盟会员分为理事会员和会员。

  第八条 联盟会员享有以下权利:

  (一)会员

  (1)参加联盟全体会员大会,享有选举权、被选举权和表决权;

  (2)参与联盟组织交流、培训、国际合作等活动;

  (3)参加联盟各专业委员会相关活动;

  (4)获得联盟提供的技术资料等相关材料;

  (5)向联盟提出建议和议案;

  (6)申请成为联盟理事会员;

  (7)加入联盟自愿,退出联盟自由。

  (二)理事会员

  (1)会员享有的权利;

  (2)参加联盟理事会,享有选举权、被选举权;

  (3)优先获得联盟提供的服务;

  (4)委派代表参加秘书处和专业委员会工作;

  (5)对联盟财务收支进行监督、查询;

  (6)向理事会和秘书处反映一般性问题,提出建议和议案;

  (7)退出理事会自由。

  第九条 联盟会员履行以下义务:

  (1)遵守联盟章程,执行联盟决议;

  (2)诚实守信,团结合作,自动维护联盟的声誉和合法权益,避免联盟成员之间恶性竞争;

  (3)完成联盟交办的工作,积极参加联盟的各项活动和会议;

  (4)理事会员派代表参加秘书处工作;会员指派专人负责同秘书处联系,以便开展日常工作;

  (5)理事会员指派各级别相对应的人力资源参与联盟设立的相关专业委员会;会员指派专人负责同各专业委员会联系;

  (6)保守联盟及会员单位的商业秘密。如有违反,联盟有权追究其责任,并要求赔偿经济损失。

  第十条 申请成为联盟会员

  (一)理事会员

  对全球虚拟现实产业有一定贡献和影响力、承认本联盟章程的会员,提出申请,经理事会员和秘书处提名,按照本章程规定,由理事会决议,经全体理事会员三分之二以上同意,并经秘书处审议通过,即可成为联盟理事会员。

  联盟发起单位(包括中国电子信息产业发展研究院、歌尔股份有限公司、HTC公司、四川川大智胜软件股份有限公司等)为首届理事会员;

  (二)会员

  承认本章程,向联盟提出申请,经理事会员和秘书处提名,按照本章程规定,由理事会决议,经全体理事会员三分之二以上同意,并经秘书处审议通过,即可成为联盟会员。

  第十一条 联盟会员入会程序

  (1)经理事会员提名;

  (2)向联盟秘书处提交入会申请书、会员登记表,以及联盟要求的其他相关文件;

  (3)联盟秘书处对会员资格进行审核,经理事会讨论并经秘书处审议通过;

  (4)由秘书处或秘书处授权机构向获得同意的会员颁发联盟会员证书。

  第十二条 会员退会时应提前60日向联盟秘书处提交书面文件、签署保密协定,且同时销毁从联盟获得的全部机密文件和资料,退还从联盟借到的全部有形资产。

  会员在联盟期间对联盟贡献的有形和无形资产,若根据联盟的规定归联盟所有的,不予退还。

  会员退出联盟后继续承担保密义务。

  第十三条 联盟会员有以下情形之一,其会员资格终止:

  (1)法人或机构终止;

  (2)严重违反联盟章程或工作条例,且严重妨碍联盟的正常工作;

  (3)连续一年未参加联盟的任何会议或活动,且经联盟秘书处提醒后仍未采取补救措施;

  (4)严重违反保密协议,或给联盟或联盟其它会员造成损害;

  (5)恶意损害联盟声誉。

  第十四条 理事会表决终止会员资格之后30日内,被终止资格的会员可以提出申诉,经理事会和秘书处审议可以恢复会员身份或维持终止会员资格决议,并在下次全体会员会议上通报。

  第三章 组织机构和运作模式

  第十五条 本联盟组织机构分为联盟全体会员大会、理事会、秘书处,并设立若干专业委员会。

  第十六条 本联盟的最高权力机构是联盟全体会员大会。会员大会的职权是:

  (1)制定、审议和修改章程;

  (2)审议联盟发展规划和工作方针;

  (3)审议理事会和秘书处的工作报告;

  (4)决定联盟的变更和终止;

  (5)决定其它重大事宜。

  第十七条 会员大会原则上每年召开两次,须有半数以上的会员(或会员代表)出席方能召开。根据需要,经理事会表决通过可决定召开临时会员大会。会员大会决议须获得全体会员三分之二(含)以上的赞成票。

  第十八条 理事会是会员大会的执行机构。理事会设理事长1名,副理事长若干名。理事长采用理事单位轮值机制,理事长人选名单报中华人民共和国工业和信息化部备案,并通过会员大会表决后担任,任期为三年,可连任一届。首届理事长和副理事长由联盟发起单位派人担任。

  第十九条 理事会的主要职权

  (1)负责联盟战略的规划、重大工作执行等;

  (2)审议除联盟章程之外的其它联盟重要文件及各项工作条例;

  (3)审议联盟机构负责人员的聘任;

  (4)审议新增或取消会员资格;

  (5)其他事项。

  第二十条 理事会会议每年定期举行两次,必要时秘书长可召开理事会临时会议。理事会决议须获得全体理事三分之二(含)以上的赞成票。

  第二十一条 秘书处是联盟决策机构和理事会下设日常办事机构,设秘书长1名,副秘书长若干名,专职人员若干名。联盟理事会员可指派专人参与秘书处工作。

  第二十二条 秘书处的职责是:

  (1)讨论、修订联盟年度关键工作,审议各专委会的年度工作报告;

  (2)审议联盟内部各专委会/会员提交的重大议案,并组织和形成决议;

  (3)对第二十一条中联盟理事会审议的重要事项进行决策;

  (4)负责联盟会员大会及理事会会议的筹备和召开;

  (5)负责起草联盟年度工作报告;

  (6)负责受理加入联盟或退出联盟的申请,对新增或取消会员资格进行决策;

  (7)其他重要重大事项。

  第二十三条 本联盟采用秘书长负责制。秘书长由中国电子信息产业发展研究院推荐,报中华人民共和国工业和信息化部备案,并通过会员大会表决后担任,每届任期三年,可连任。

  第二十四条 联盟按业务重点划分为政策研究、标准、共性技术、应用、投资促进、国际合作、专家顾问、影视内容制作等专业委员会。各专委会采用主任委员负责制,分别设主任1名,副主任若干,各主任委员由秘书长推举、理事会决议通过后予以任命,每届任期三年,可连任。联盟理事会员可指派专人参与专业委员会工作。

  (1)政策研究委员会:负责产业发展战略、政策法规、竞争秩序、产业链协同、产业生态构建等方面的研究咨询工作

  政策研究委员会的日常工作机构设置在联盟秘书处,开展虚拟现实领域的产业跟踪研究,提供产业政策咨询服务,撰写发布虚拟现实产业发展白皮书等研究成果。

  (2)标准委员会:负责协调推进行业标准制定

  联合整机、配套、软件、内容与应用等产业链各环节重点企业,制定全球虚拟现实技术与产品发展路线图,形成国际标准。

  (3)共性技术委员会:负责推进行业关键技术研发

  激发企业与科研院所和高校相结合的创新动力,组织推动虚拟现实前沿技术的基础研究,进行产业共性关键的技术难点攻关。

  (4)应用委员会:负责推动产学研用合作和行业需求对接,推动虚拟现实产业应用

  瞄准全球医疗、教育、军事、影视、游戏、生产制造等重点行业应用需求,促进虚拟现实技术、产品及服务的应用推广。

  (5)投资促进委员会:负责推动设立虚拟现实投资基金、进行投资对接和投资指导

  组织推动全球虚拟现实领军企业及社会资本共同设立虚拟现实产业投资基金,采用市场化运作机制,推进产业发展。推动联盟内企业对外兼并重组。

  (6)国际合作委员会:负责推动联盟内相关组织、企业的交流与合作

  联合国内外知名媒体,举办全球开发者大会、产业博览会、产业峰会、产业年会、成果展览会、颁奖大会等重大活动,促进国际合作交流。

  (7)专家顾问委员会:负责对联盟技术研发、标准制定等重要工作进行专业指导,由秘书处负责日常事务

  由国际虚拟现实领域顶级专家以及重点企业CEO、CTO组成。

  (8)影视内容制作委员会:负责推进虚拟现实影视内容的制作技术和应用,推动联盟内专业影视内容生产环节相关企业与内容生产单位的交流与合作。

  联合国内外影视内容制作重点厂商及影视节目制作单位,分析、探讨虚拟现实内容制作中面临的新技术、新应用的挑战,并针对性推动相关技术和产品、应用的研究和开发活动,促进虚拟现实内容生产的规模化发展。

  各专业委员会须基于自身业务,在全球范围内积极开展产业发展和应用推广促进活动。每年在联盟会员大会或联盟年会上,由专委会主任委员对该专委会当年工作成果进行汇报。联盟全体会员对各专委会工作进行客观评估和打分,连续两年评分不及格的专委会将予以解散、重新构建。

  第二十五条 本联盟的理事长、秘书长、专业委员会主任必须具备下列条件:

  (1)身体健康,能坚持正常工作;

  (2)未受过剥夺政治权利的刑事处罚;

  (3)具有完全民事行为能力;

  (4)不以联盟名义发表不适当言论。

  第四章 资产管理、使用原则

  第二十六条 本联盟经费来源:

  (1)捐赠;

  (2)政府资助;

  (3)在核准的业务范围内开展活动或服务的收入;

  (4)其它合法收入。

  第二十七条 本联盟经费必须用于本章程规定的业务范围和事业的发展,不得在会员中分配。相关款项须专款专用。本联盟会员向秘书处申请后可以查阅相关财务记录。

  第二十八条 本联盟建立严格的财务管理制度,保证会计资料合法、真实、准确、完整。

  第二十九条 本联盟配备具有专业资格的会计人员。会计不得兼任出纳。会计人员必须进行会计核算,实行会计监督。会计人员调动工作或离职时,必须与接管人员办清交接手续。

  第三十条 本联盟的资产管理执行中华人民共和国规定的财务管理制度,接受会员大会和中国财政部门的监督。

  第三十一条 本联盟的资产,任何单位、个人不得侵占、私分和挪用。

  第五章 保密

  第三十二条 以下信息为本联盟的机密信息:

  (1)经理事会决定或理事会员认为属于本联盟保密信息且标记保密标识的文件;

  (2)会员单位认为属于各自保密信息且标记保密标识,并贡献给本联盟的文件。

  第三十三条 保密要求。对于机密信息,本联盟所有会员都应当遵守保密义务,不得向联盟以外传播和扩散。全体会员单位应采取合理措施以保护本联盟机密信息,避免机密信息的披露和未经授权的使用。全体会员单位对保密信息采取的保密措施标准不得低于保护自身保密信息的保密措施标准。

  第三十四条 保密期限:至本联盟解散后两年。

  第六章 章程修改程序

  第三十五条 对本联盟章程的修改,须经会员大会表决后生效。

  第七章 终止程序

  第三十六条 本联盟完成宗旨或自行解散或由于分立、合并等原因需要注销的,由理事会提出终止动议。

  第三十七条 本联盟终止动议须经会员大会表决通过,并报中华人民共和国工业和信息化部审核同意。

  第三十八条 联盟终止前,须在中华人民共和国工业和信息化部及相关机关指导下成立清算组织,清理债权债务,处理善后事宜。清算期间,不开展清算以外的活动。

  第三十九条 本联盟经社团登记管理机关办理注销登记手续后即为终止。

  第八章 附则

  第四十条 本章程经2016年**月**日理事会表决,并经2016年**月**日会员大会全体一致通过。

  第四十一条 本章程解释权属本联盟秘书处。
 

 

  Articles of Industry of Virtual Reality Alliance

  Chapter One General Provisions

  Article 1 The Articles of Association is at this moment formulated to integrate and coordinate the global virtual reality industry resources, to promote the global virtual reality technology research and development, product manufacturing, standard formulation, application promotion, and to solve other key common problems, etc.

  Article 2 Industry of Virtual Reality Alliance (from now on referred to as "IVRA") is a non-profit international social organization and self-regulatory organization with independent legal qualification.

  Article 3 IVRA is sticking to its principles of openness, cooperation, equality and mutual benefits, dedicates to international cooperation as well as sound and rapid development of global VR industry.

  Article 4 Vision and goal. With the strong support from the government and the rapid development of China’s Virtual Reality industry, the alliance is rooted in the Chinese Market, groups the leading VR enterprises and aims to establish the global VR ecosystem and the VR industry standards. The alliance will break down barriers in the VR industry, strengthen the fundamental technologies within the global VR industry, promote the forming of VR industry chain in the ecosystem through the development of hardware, software, content, platform and applications, and, ultimately, realize the goal of building up an interconnected and compatible ecosystem.

  Article 5 IVRA is a global industry alliance initiated and established by China in the virtual reality industry field and guided by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China (MIIT) and subject to its supervision.

  Article 6 The principal activities of IVRA include but not limited to:

  (1) Carrying out tracking study and significant research on VR industry, releasing reports and other achievements of VR industry;

  (2) Catalyzing R&D of key generic VR technologies, developing and improving international standard system for VR;

  (3) Expediting the application and popularization of VR technologies, products, and services in the main sectors, and dissemination of VR content;

  (4) Accelerating setup of investment funds for VR industry to provide potential start-ups in VR industry around the globe with incubation investment services;

  (5) Organizing and holding various significant events regarding VR to promote international cooperation and exchange.

  Chapter Two Members

  Article 7 A member system is adopted by the Alliance.

  Businesses, public bodies, scientific research institutions, colleges and universities, research and services organizations in the industry, associations at national and subnational levels and important industrial parks with independent legal personality. Engaged in business contributing to global VR industry development, such as product R&D, content production, standard development, supporting services and products of industry chain and industrial application, and accepting these Articles of Association, are qualified to apply for membership of the Alliance. Approved applicants will become members of the Alliance who may exercise rights and shall assume obligations of accession.

  Members of the Alliance classified into Council Members and General Members.

  Article 8 Members of the Alliance are entitled to the following rights:

  (I) General Members

  (1) Attending general meetings of the Alliance, electing, standing for election and voting;

  (2) Participating in exchange, training, international cooperation and other activities organized by the Alliance;

  (3) Involved in related activities of specialized committees of the Alliance;

  (4) Obtaining technical and other materials provided by the Alliance;

  (5) Offering suggestions and proposals to the Alliance;

  (6) Applying to be Council Members of the Alliance;

  (7) Joining and withdrawing from the Alliance on their accord.

  (II) Council Members

  (1) Rights enjoyed by General Members;

  (2) Attending council meetings of the Alliance, and electing and standing for election;

  (3) Priority in enjoying the services provided by the Alliance;

  (4) Representative to work in the Secretariat and specialized committees;

  (5) Supervising and consulting financial records of the Alliance;

  (6) Reporting general problems to the Council and the Secretariat, and offering them suggestions and proposals;

  (7) Withdrawing from the Council on their accord.

  Article 9 Members of the Alliance shall fulfill the following obligations:

  (1) Complying with these Articles of Association, implementing resolutions passed by the Alliance;

  (2) Maintaining integrity, keeping faith, uniting and cooperating with each other, protecting the reputation and lawful rights and interests of the Alliance, and avoiding vicious competition among members of the Alliance;

  (3) Completing tasks assigned by the Alliance, taking an active part in activities and meetings held by the Alliance;

  (4) To facilitate daily operation, Council Member shall designate representative to work in the Secretariat; General Member shall appoint staff member to contact the Secretariat;

  (5) Staff members at each corresponding level shall be assigned by Council Members to join the relevant specialized committees set up by the Alliance;, and staff members shall be designated by General Gs to contact with each dedicated board;

  (6) Keep the business secrets of the Alliance and the membership units. If there is any violation, the Alliance has the right to pursue its responsibility, and demand compensation for the economic losses.

  Article 10 Application for Membership of the Alliance

  (1) Council Members

  General Members, having made contributions to or influence on global VR industry to a certain extent and accepting these Articles of Association, may apply for membership as Council Members. Applicant nominated by Council Members and the Secretariat may be approved to be Council Member of the Alliance when the resolution in respect of its application passed by two-thirds or more of Council Members and its application is approved by the Secretariat upon deliberation by these Articles of Association.

  Initiators of the Alliance (including China Center for Information Industry Development, Goertek Inc., HTC, Wisesoft Co., Ltd.) are Council Members of the First Council.

  (2) General Members

  The applicant, accepting these Articles of Association and nominated by Council Members and the Secretariat, may be approved to be General Member of the Alliance when the resolution in respect of its application passed by two-thirds or more of Council Members and its application is approved by the Secretariat upon deliberation by these Articles of Association.

  Article 11 Procedures for Application for Membership of the Alliance

  (1) Secure nomination by Council Members;

  (2) Submit to the Secretariat the Membership Application, Member Registration Form and other documents required by the Alliance;

  (3) The qualification of the applicant shall be reviewed by the Secretariat, discussed by the Council and approved by the Secretariat upon deliberation;

  (4) Approved applicant may be awarded the Membership Certificate of the Alliance by the Secretariat or body authorized by the Secretariat.

  Article 12 Members shall submit written documents to the Secretariat, sign a confidentiality agreement, destroy all confidential papers and materials received from the Alliance and return all the tangible assets lent by the Alliance 60 days before its withdrawal from the Alliance.

  Concrete and intangible assets offered to the Alliance by the members during their days in the Alliance and considered owned by the Alliance according to regulations of the Alliance may not return upon members' withdrawal from the Alliance.

  Members shall continue to assume the responsibility for confidentiality after their withdrawal from the Alliance.

  Article 13 The Alliance may disqualify member from its membership in any of the following circumstances:

  (1) The operation of the legal person or organization terminated;

  (2) The member committed grave violations of these Articles of Association or work regulations, and hindered the proper operation of the Alliance;

  (3) The member has not been present at any meeting or activity held by the Alliance for one year and took no corrective action after being required by the Secretariat;

  (4) The member committed grave violations of non-disclosure agreement or causes damage to the Alliance or its other members;

  (5) The member intentionally damages the reputation of the Alliance.

  Article 14 In 30 days since the resolution in respect of disqualification of membership passed by the Council. The member disqualified from its membership is entitled to lodge an appeal, and the Council and the Secretariat may restore its membership or leave the resolution unchanged upon deliberation, an announcement regarding the result shall make at the following general meeting.

  Chapter Three Organizational Structure and Mode of Operation

  Article 15 The organizational structure of the Alliance divided into the General Meeting of the Alliance, the Council, the Secretariat and several specialized committees.

  Article 16 The General Meeting is the highest authority of the Alliance and may exercise the power and authority as follows:

  (1) Prepare, deliberate and amend Articles of Association;

  (2) Deliberating development plans and operation policies of the Alliance;

  (3) Deliberating work reports of the Council and the Secretariat;

  (4) Making decisions on change in and functioning termination of the Alliance;

  (5) Make decisions on other significant issues.

  Article 17 The general meetings shall be convened twice every year in general, and a half and more of members (or member representatives) shall be present at the public meetings. The extraordinary general meeting may be convened where necessary when the resolution calling for a special general assembly is passed using a vote. The decision shall deem given only when two-thirds or more of members vote for it.

  Article 18 The Council is the executive body of the General Meeting. The Council has a President and several Vice Presidents. The post of President shall hold by Council members in turns, and the candidate list for the President shall file in the Ministry of Industry and Information of the People's Republic of China. The President shall hold after voting at the general meeting, and the term of which the President shall remain in office shall be three years, after that he/she may serve another term of office. The President and Vice Presidents of the first Council shall appoint by primary initiators of the Alliance.

  Article 19 The Council may exercise the power and authority as follows:

  (1) Planning strategies of the Alliance, implementing significant tasks;

  (2) Deliberating work regulations and relevant documents of the Alliance, excluding Articles of Association of the Alliance;

  (3) Deliberating the appointment of persons in charge of bodies of the Alliance;

  (4) Conscious the newly approved membership and disqualification of accession.

  (5) Others.

  Article 20 The Council Meeting shall be held twice every year on a regular basis and the Secretary-general may convene extraordinary council meeting where necessary. The resolution of the Council shall deem passed only when two-thirds or more of board members vote for it.

  Article 21 The Secretariat is the decision-making body of the Alliance and executive body subordinated to the Council. The Secretariat has a Secretary-general and several Vice Secretaries-general and full-time staff members. Designated persons may be assigned by Council Members to work in the Secretariat.

  Article 22 The Secretariat shall perform the following duties:

  (1) Discussing and revising critical work of the Alliance of each year, deliberating the annual work reports of the Council and specialized committee;

  (2) Deliberating major proposals submitted by specialized committees/members of the Alliance, organizing voting for and reaching resolutions to such recommendations;

  (3) Making decisions on significant issues deliberated by the Council of the Alliance as specified in Article 21;

  (4) Preparing for and convening general meetings and council meetings of the Alliance;

  (5) Drafting the annual work reports;

  (6) Handling application for joining and withdrawing from the Alliance, making decisions on newly approved membership and disqualification of accession;

  (7) Other significant cases.

  Article 23 The Secretary-general responsibility system adopt by the Alliance. The Secretary-general shall appoint by China Center for Information Industry Development, and the candidate list shall file with the Ministry of Industry and Information of the People's Republic of China. The Secretary-general shall hold after voting at the general meeting. The term for which the Secretary-general shall serve shall be three years, after that he/she may serve for another term of office.

  Article 24 The specialized committees divide into Policy Research Committee, Standard Committee, Generic Technology Committee, Application Committee, Investment Promotion Committee, International Cooperation Committee, Expert Consultant Committee, Film and Television Content Production Committee based on their principal activities. The chairperson responsibility system adopts by all specialized courts. Every dedicated board has one Chairman and several Vice Chairmen; Secretary-general shall nominate the chairpersons and appointed upon a resolution passed by the Council, the term for which the chairpersons shall serve shall be three years, after that they may serve for another term of office. Designated persons may be appointed by Council members to work in specialized committees.

  (1) Policy Research Committee: responsible for research and consultation regarding industrial development strategies, policies and regulations, competition order, industrial chain synergy and construction of industrial eco-system.

  The executive body of the Consultation Committee, located in the Secretariat, carries out tracking study on VR industry, offers consultation services, prepares and releases VR industrial development white papers and other research achievements.

  (2) Standard Committee: responsible for coordinating and expediting standard development for the industry.

  Preparing the development plans for global VR technologies and products, making a breakthrough in the major technologies and developing international standards in partnership with leading businesses engaged in assembly, supporting products and services, software, content, application and other parts of the industrial chain.

  (3) Generic Technology Committee: responsible for expediting technical R&D for the industry.

  Encouraging innovation among enterprise, research institute and university, organizing and promoting fundamental research for advanced VR technologies, achieving breakthroughs on key generic technologies for the industry.

  (4) Application Committee: responsible for connecting manufacture-study-research-application cooperation with an industry demand to popularize the use of VR.

  Catering to demand in medicine, education, military, film & TV, game, manufacture and other significant industries to promote the application and popularization of VR technologies, products, and services.

  (5) Investment Promotion Committee: responsible for setting up VR investment funds, connecting investment and offering investment guidance.

  Organizing and facilitating the setup of VR investment funds by leading businesses in VR industry with social capital, adopting market-based operation mechanism and driving industrial development. Driving members of the Alliance to reorganize and merge with companies outside the Alliance.

  (6) International Cooperation Committee: responsible for promoting exchange and cooperation among members of the Alliance.

  Holding global developer meetings, expos, summit meetings, annual meetings for the industry, achievement exhibition and awarding ceremony in partnership with traditional media at home and abroad to promote international cooperation and exchange.

  (7) Expert Consultant Committee: responsible for providing technical research and R&D, standard development and other significant tasks with professional guidance, and the Secretariat is responsible for its routine work.

  The Committee consists of top-notch experts and CEO and CTO of leading businesses in the field of VR around the world.

  (8) Film and Television Content Producing Committee: responsible for producing technologies and applications for the content of film and television, promoting the communication and cooperation among enterprises and entities of professional film and television content producing within the alliance.

  Collaborating domestic and foreign film and television content producers, and film and television program producers, analyzing and discussing on the challenges of new technologies and applications for VR content producing; driving research and development of related technologies, products and applications , to promote scale production of VR contents.

  Each specialized committee shall play an active role in organizing activities contributing to industrial development and application popularization around the globe based on its business. Chairperson of each dedicated committee shall report the achievements made by the court in the year at the general meeting or annual meeting of the Alliance every year. The work of each committee shall be evaluated and graded by all members of the Alliance objectively; specialized court failed in the grading for two consecutive years shall be dissolved and reorganized. Article 25 President, Secretary-general, and chairpersons of specialized committees shall meet the following qualification requirements:

  (1) Physically fit and able to keep working regularly;

  (2) Never receive criminal penalty of deprivation of political rights;

  (3) Have full capacity for civil conduct.

  (4) Post improper comments in the name of the Alliance.

  Chapter Four Principles of Asset Management and Use

  Article 26 Sources of funds for the Alliance:

  (1) Donation;

  (2) Government subsidies;

  (3) Income from business activities or services within the approved scope of business;

  (4) Other income gained in a lawful manner.

  Article 27 Funds of the Alliance shall be used for industrial development and the range of business specified in these Articles of Association and may not allocate to members. Related funds shall earmark for their particular purposes. Members of the Alliance may apply to the Secretariat for consulting related financial records.

  Article 28 The Alliance establishes a strict financial management system to ensure the compliance, authenticity, accuracy, and completeness of the accounting materials.

  Article 29 The Alliance staff with qualified accountants who shall not hold the post of the teller. Accountants shall perform duties of financial accounting and accounting supervision, and hand over his/her job before transfer to another post or leave his/her office.

  Article 30 The asset management of the Alliance is subject to the financial management system of the People's Republic of China and supervision by the General Meeting and monetary authorities of China.

  Article 31 Organization or individual shall not take possession of, allocate without permission or embezzle any asset of the Alliance.

  Chapter Five Confidentiality

  Article 32 The following information of the Alliance shall be kept confidential:

  (1) Documents decided by the Council or considered by members of the Council as confidential information of the Alliance and marked as confidential;

  (2) Materials considered confidential information of deputies, marked as confidential and offered to the Alliance by members of the Alliance.

  Article 33 Conditions of confidentiality. All members shall fulfill duties of confidentiality and not communicate or disseminate the confidential information to the party outside the Alliance, and avoid disclosure and unauthorized use of confidential information. All members shall protect the confidential information using the same or higher degree of care as they use to protect their sensitive information.

  Article 34 Term of confidentiality: till two years after the dissolution the Alliance.

  Chapter Six Amendment to Articles of Association

  Article 35 Amendment to these Articles of Association shall come into effect upon a resolution passed by the General Meeting.

  Chapter Seven Termination of Operation

  Article 36 The cessation of service shall propose by the Council where the Alliance achieves its purpose, dissolved voluntarily or needs to be canceled due to the spin-off, merger or for any other reason.

  Article 37 The proposal to terminate operation of the Alliance shall vote at the General Meeting, if passed, submitted to MIIT for examination and approval.

  Article 38 The Alliance, before its termination of the operation, shall liquidate the organization, clear creditor's rights and debts, and handle problems arising from its termination of service under the guidance of MIIT. The Alliance shall not conduct activity other than liquidation during the period of liquidation.

  Article 39 The operation cessation of the Alliance comes into effect upon cancellation of registration by association registration and management authority.

  Chapter Eight Supplement

  Article 40 These Articles of Alliance are passed by the Council using a vote on ** **, 2016, and unanimously pass at the General Meeting on ** **, 2016.

  Article 41 The Secretariat of the Alliance reserves the right to interpret these Articles of Association.