AWS Media Blog

Category: Amazon Cognito

Workflow diagram of demonstration described in this blog

Enabling video chats using Amazon Kinesis Video Streams for WebRTC

Many web and mobile applications these days need to embed a video chat frame alongside other content. In the fast-growing telehealth industry, for example, a doctor using a web browser often engages in a video consultation with a patient while viewing the patient’s electronic medical record within the same browser page. Amazon Kinesis Video Streams […]

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Nautilus reshapes fitness offerings with Slalom Build and AWS

Nautilus debuted over thirty years ago with a new approach to strength training equipment that transformed the way people exercise. Since, the company has built a diverse family of brands, including Bowflex, Schwinn, and Octane Fitness, designed to meet the fitness needs of consumers around the world. Today, the fitness industry is being redefined by […]

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Creating a secure video-on-demand (VOD) platform using AWS

Video has become the primary means of Information sharing and learning. Customers are investing in innovative solutions to tap into the e-learning and video space. Video content is their IP and needs to be protected and securely delivered. Online video is a powerful technology that every industry, from businesses to educational institutions to government agencies, is […]

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Overview of the UGC upload process you will build in this tutorial

2020 Resolution: Add user-generated content to your applications

Many AWS customers have started to allow user-generated content (UGC) within their applications to enhance users’ ability to connect with each other and express themselves individually. This video content usually takes the form of short “stories” (less than one minute) told in a personal way, and showcasing things like products, clothing, or real estate. Allowing […]

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Building a virtual assistant using AWS – Part 2

In part 1 of this blog series, you learned how to build the required service to support an Amazon Sumerian scene. You used key AWS services such as Amazon Lex and Amazon Cognito. In part 2, you will learn how to create an Amazon Sumerian virtual assistant and integrate Google Maps into your scene, as […]

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Building a Virtual Assistant using AWS – Part 1

In this two-part series, you will learn how to build a 3D scene using Amazon Sumerian. In part 1, you will learn to set up key AWS services like Amazon Lex and Amazon Cognito Pool ID, and how to set up an Amazon Sumerian Host. In part 2, you will focus on creating a custom […]

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