Amazon Sumerian Documentation

Amazon Sumerian makes it easier to create engaging 3D front-end experiences and is integrated with AWS services to provide easy access to machine learning, chatbots, code execution and more. As a web-based platform, your immersive experiences are accessible via a simple browser URL and are able to run on popular hardware for AR/VR.


Ready-to-use templates and assets
Hit the ground running with pre-configured scenes and asset packs. Import assets from a curated selection of landscapes, furniture, materials, hosts and more.
State machine and scripting API
Use the State Machine editor to build dynamic scenes for user and object interaction such as camera control, animations, and voice commands. The visual, drag-and-drop UI is easy to use and supports over one hundred pre-defined actions. To expand on State Machine functionality, use the library of scripting APIs, a method to drive logic using JavaScript, to create more complex interactions, or integrate scenes with other AWS services.


AWS Service Integration
Integrate with other AWS services using the built-in AWS SDK for JavaScript to access a full suite of AWS APIs for services such as AWS Lambda, AWS IoT, AWS Appsync, AWS Amplify or Amazon DynamoDB. Store and manage all the 3D assets you create or upload in the AWS cloud. Leverage built-in voice and chatbot features with Amazon Polly and Amazon Lex directly in the editor.


Browser-based publishing and distribution
Author only once with Amazon Sumerian’s browser-based platform and with two clicks, distribute scenes globally in seconds for customers to access via a simple URL. Augmented reality experiences built with Amazon Sumerian run on Android and iOS mobile devices without requiring native app downloads.

Additional Information

For additional information about service controls, security features and functionalities, including, as applicable, information about storing, retrieving, modifying, restricting, and deleting data, please see This additional information does not form part of the Documentation for purposes of the AWS Customer Agreement available at, or other agreement between you and AWS governing your use of AWS’s services.