Amazon Sumerian

Amazon Sumerian: Amazon Sumerian lets you create and run virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and 3D applications quickly and easily without requiring any specialized programming or 3D graphics expertise. With Sumerian, you can build highly immersive and interactive scenes that run on popular hardware such as Oculus Go, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, HTC Vive Pro, Google Daydream, and Lenovo Mirage as well as Android and iOS mobile devices.

For example, you can build a virtual classroom that lets you train new employees around the world, or you can build a virtual environment that enables people to tour a building remotely. Sumerian makes it easy to create all the building blocks needed to build highly immersive and interactive 3D experiences including adding objects (e.g. characters, furniture, and landscape), and designing animation, and scripting environments. Sumerian does not require specialized expertise and you can design scenes directly from your browser.

Amazon Sumerian Benefits

3D scene in minutes

The Amazon Sumerian helps you to create 3D scenes for already created pages. The drag and drop tool and ready to use templates in the Amazon Sumerian editor make easy for designers, content creators and developers to build interactional scenes. For complex interactions, the developers can create custom scripts with HTML, CSS, and javascript.

Any time, anywhere on any device

The lastest WebGL and WebXR standards with Amazon Sumerian allow you to develop mesmerizing experience in a web browser, access through simple URL and run on a hardware platform for AR/VR. You can build the scene once and you can use it anywhere.

AWS services Integrated

The Amazon Sumerian takes advantage of AWS to design best, smarter and more engaging front end experiences. The Amazon Lex can be used to create embedded conversational interfaces into scenes. Similarly, the Amazon Amplify is used to embed the scenes into web applications. To store data in Amazon Dynamo DB or to execute business logic processes with AWS Lambda can be done with javascript directly in the Amazon Sumerian with the help of AWS  SDK.