AWS Spatial Computing Blog

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Spatial Computing on AWS Developer’s Podcast

The June 28th episode of the AWS Developer’s Podcast delves into the topic of spatial computing, an emerging field that encompasses applications and experiences operating within a 3D space. Spatial computing often uses immersive technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) to blend the digital and physical worlds. Sebastien […]

Empower Your WebXR App Using AWS Serverless Architecture

© Chand – stock.adobe.com What is WebXR? WebXR stands as a cutting-edge web standard designed to enable immersive virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences directly within web browsers. This technology empowers developers to create and share interactive 3D environments online, offering users innovative and engaging ways to interact with digital content. Recent Developments […]

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 […]

Building an OpenXR Enabled Unreal Engine VR Server on AWS

BUILD, DELIVER, MANAGE BLOG SERIES: BUILD Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Mixed Reality (MR) are seeing explosive growth. Together referred to as Extended Reality (XR), AR and VR are gaining interest from consumers and developers alike; with a report from Omdia estimating that consumer spend on VR content will be worth $7.5 billion […]

Deploying NVIDIA Omniverse Nucleus on Amazon EC2

Introduction This post aims to get users up and running with NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise Nucleus Server on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). Here I’ll outline the requirements for Enterprise Nucleus Server deployment and dive deep into the technical steps for getting Nucleus running in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. What is Omniverse? NVIDIA […]

An Introduction to NVIDIA Omniverse Nucleus on AWS

Introduction In this post we will discuss NVIDIA Omniverse, a platform for connecting and building custom 3D pipelines, and the potential it offers for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Spatial Computing customers. As well, we will provide high-level details about how AWS addresses important components of connecting Omniverse users. Industry Trends & Challenges In today’s environment, businesses […]

Save the date: Join AWS at NVIDIA GTC, September 19–22

Register free for NVIDIA GTC to learn from experts on how AI and the metaverse, the 3D evolution of the internet, are profoundly impacting industries — and society as a whole. We have prepared several AWS sessions to give you guidance on using AWS services powered by NVIDIA technology to meet your goals. Amazon Elastic […]

The Best way to Predict the Future is to Simulate it

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” – Alan Kay The most rewarding part of my job as VP of Technology at AWS is talking to customers about their business challenges and potential solutions. What I like to tell people is that, behind the scenes, AWS is powering not only large-scale rendering […]