Crediting CC-BY models in AR (and VR)?

What’s the typical, acceptable way to give proper credit for creative commons attribution models used for an AR/VR scene?

First part is- where? I’m working with AR.js and A-Frame at the moment, so users follow a web link to get to the scene. Is it acceptable to have a main text based web page with links to the AR/VR pages and include a text based „About“ page with credits? Any problem that users could be following a QR code direct to the content? Somehow embedding credits into the scene doesn’t really seem practical, so I’m thinking a seperated web page for credits.

Second part is – how/who? If I’m pulling models from Sketchfab (for example) all I have to go on is a user name, which often isn’t a real/legal name. I assume just referencing those user names and the website is sufficient? Can I list „Models from Sketchfab.com created by AUser1, UserB2, …“ Or do I need links direct to the model page?

What’s standard practice?

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What's the typical, acceptable way to give proper credit for creative commons attribution models used for an AR/VR scene?

First part is- where? I'm working with AR.js and A-Frame at the moment, so users follow a web link to get to the scene. Is it acceptable to have a main text based web page with links to the AR/VR pages and include a text based "About" page with credits? Any problem that users could be following a QR code direct to the content? Somehow embedding credits into the scene doesn't really seem practical, so I'm thinking a seperated web page for credits.

Second part is - how/who? If I'm pulling models from Sketchfab (for example) all I have to go on is a user name, which often isn't a real/legal name. I assume just referencing those user names and the website is sufficient? Can I list "Models from Sketchfab.com created by AUser1, UserB2, ..." Or do I need links direct to the model page?

What's standard practice?

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