Built on AWS, the toolkit works in any browser that supports WebGL or WebVR. [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
Amazon has announced a browser-based toolkit called #Sumerian that the company hopes will make virtual reality and augmented reality development accessible to people without advanced coding or 3D rendering skills.
Built on Amazon Web Services, the toolkit is intended to help with building experiences like "training simulations, virtual concierge services, enhanced online shopping experiences, [and] virtual house or land tours."
Apart from Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality platform, you also have #ARKit, #ARCore, and various game development platforms and engines.
#Sumerian supports Apple's #ARKit, which is an augmented reality platform for iOS devices.
Opinion… * Man-Made
Amazon is joining the #VR / #AR market; announcing a browser-based toolkit called #Sumerian that will make Virtual and Augmented Reality development accessible to people without advanced coding or rendering skills. #ARKit #ARCore #Trend