Amazon launches a web based tool for building AR, VR and 3D Apps

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Amazon has launched a new AWS service ‘Amazon Sumerian’ for building AR, VR and 3D apps quickly with less investment.

This is a new browser-based tool that helps in building AR, VR and 3D apps with minimal coding and less time. Apps will be compatible with smartphones, VR headsets, digital signage and web browsers.

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The best thing is that it doesn’t require you to be a VR or AR expert. The tool is easy to use and you can start working on it even if this is your first try of building 3D, AR or VR content.

Amazon is also offering a pre-compiled library of 3D objects. You can use this library to create moving characters for AR and VR.

The interface of Sumerian looks similar to what you have already seen in Adobe Photoshop. You can choose from a library of digital graphics like trees, tables and more to use in your own virtual environment.

The company has also confirmed that soon this platform will also allow the import of data from Unity projects. Unity projects is widely used by AR and VR developers. So, developers can easily move their existing product on this platform.

The service is free to use and you need an AWS account to use this. You only need to pay only if you use more than allotted storage. You can try this tool here.

Amazon has acquired technology for this new service from a Swedish startup called Goo Technologies that went bankrupt earlier this year.


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