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How to: Hands-free interaction for AR/VR with Amazon Lex and Babylon.js

It’s common to wonder how the cloud helps with developing a spatial computing application. Most of the effort within spatial computing/augmented reality (AR)/virtual reality (VR)/3D is focused on frontend design and hardware optimizations. As applications become more integrated and easier to develop, the cloud plays a critical role in a complete spatial application. DevOps principles […]

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How-to: Create a virtual trainer with Amazon Sumerian virtual reality and Amazon Machine Learning – Part 2

In part 1 of this blog series, you learned how to build the service environment in support of an Amazon Sumerian scene using key AWS services such as Amazon Lex, Amazon Cognito, Amazon DynamoDB and AWS Lambda. In part 2, You will learn how to create your virtual trainer using Amazon Sumerian and explore important […]

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How-to: Create a virtual trainer with Amazon Sumerian virtual reality and Amazon Machine Learning – Part 1

Part 1: Setting up key AWS services like  Amazon Lex, AWS Lambda, and Amazon DynamoDB Part 2: Creating and exploring Virtual Reality scenes in Amazon Sumerian As technology evolved the transition from the web-based technologies to mobile has been transformative: we moved away from “Point-click-tab-type” to the “touch-swipe-talk” paradigm. Now AR/VR takes a further step […]

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