Amazon probably is not the 1st company you think that of once it comes to augmented or virtual reality (with some exceptions), but it’s determined to change your mind. the internet giant has unveiled a developer service, Sumerian, that promises to simplify making AR and VR apps — and general 3D apps, for that matter. you’ll quickly build 3D scenes, create animated AI-driven characters (naturally, powered by AWS cloud services) and script interactions between the different objects. and users
When you are done, you’ll package your apps for multiple big platforms. The Sumerian-made code can be run on any browser that can handle WebGL or WebVR, But it works well with Google Daydream, Oculus Rift, HTC Viv, and iOS devices. Support for Android’s ARCore is coming shortly, too.
This probably is not going to satisfy developers who have exacting needs (particularly game studios), but that is not extremely the point. It’s about making AR and VR app making easier for firms that do not necessarily have the expertise and support of a dedicated software developer. they’ll whip up a training space or a VR shopping helper without having to worry about code. It certainly helps Amazon’s bottom line by driving people to AWS, but it could also lead to seeing AR and VR in more places.