AWS Spatial Computing Blog

Apple Vision Pro and AWS Amplify Part 3 – Database

Continuing our series on Getting Started with Vision Pro on AWS, in this post we show how you can use AWS Amplify to quickly get started building with the Apple Vision Pro using Xcode and Amazon Web Services (AWS). This is Part 3 of the three part tutorial series. If you have not previously followed […]

Apple Vision Pro and AWS Amplify Part 2 – Storage

Continuing our series on Getting Started with Vision Pro on AWS, in this post we show how you can use AWS Amplify to quickly get started building with the Apple Vision Pro using Xcode and Amazon Web Services (AWS). This is Part 2 of the three part tutorial series. If you have not previously followed […]

The AWS Builder Studio: Out of the Cloud and Down onto the Street

Note:  This blog was written by Heidi Buck but edited (for grammar and readability) using Amazon Bedrock Text Playground, using the Jurassic-2 Ultra model and default parameters. The thumbnail image for this blog was created by using Amazon Bedrock Image Playground, using the Titan Image Generator G1 and default parameters. The views, thoughts and opinions […]

WebSocket APIs: Showcasing a Practical Networking Solution

As a Spatial Computing Prototyping Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS), I work in a variety of development environments with varying networking needs. When a near real-time bi-directional networking solution is required, I consider using WebSockets. Amazon API Gateway WebSocket APIs are a serverless managed WebSocket solution that can be used with a variety of […]

Save the Date: Spatial Computing at AWS re:Invent 2023

AWS re:Invent is just around the corner, and Spatial Computing specialists will be on hand at the event to walk you through exciting technical presentations, workshops and more. Register here for re:Invent, and get started on your spatial computing journey. Available Talks CMP321 | Deploying photogrammetry & 3D models in the cloud with RealityCapture In […]

Getting Started with Vision Pro and AWS

Learn how to start developing apps now for the upcoming Apple Vision Pro headset using Xcode and Amazon Web Services (AWS) services. This post walks through creating a basic VisionOS app, connecting it to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) storage, and dynamically loading 3D model assets into your VR scenes. In this post you will […]

Modeling Spread of Infectious Disease Using Spatial Simulations on AWS

Spatial simulations compute the motion and behavior of dynamic entities across 2D and 3D virtual environments. These simulations allow users to explore how the behaviors of individual actors and interactions amongst a group of actors can lead to emergent spatial patterns. The authors of the blog see customers using spatial simulations for use cases such […]

Save the Date: Join AWS at the Reality Capture Network Conference, Oct 17 – Oct 19, 2023

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is participating at the Reality Capture Network (RCN) conference in Boise, Idaho. Register For RCN to be part of the discussion and see how AWS is building reality capture and spatial computing solutions. As reality capture technology is becoming more mature, the impact on enterprise and industry is proving substantial. Decreasing […]

How to: Create a VR application with user insights using AWS Amplify and WebXR

In this blog you will learn how to create a virtual reality experience with user insights to improve your product using AWS Amplify and Babylon.js’s WebXR implementation. Using this combination of technologies is just one way to help reduce the barrier of getting your first Virtual Reality (VR) application up and running. This how-to will […]