Alternative products to Amazon Sumerian

10 alternative and related products to Amazon Sumerian

Amazon Sumerian
A cloud platform to create VR, AR, and 3D experiences

Amazon Sumerian lets you create and run virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and 3D applications quickly and easily without requiring any specialized programming or 3D graphics expertise.

10 Alternatives to Amazon Sumerian

Snapchat is launching an augmented reality platform that allows people to pin art in specific locations so other users can see it. Arts can apply to have their art featured on the platform.

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TechCrunch
Snapchat plans to launch a new augmented reality art platform featuring pop artist Jeff Koons and others. It will allow art to be pinned to specific locations in augmented reality so users can see it when they hold up their phones in the right spot.
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Mobile AR Platform for Experience Designers ✨

Torch is a cloud-based 3D design and prototyping app focused on mobile AR. Torch is like InVision or Framer, but for 3D.

Our Design Environment let you import assets, create complex interactions, arrange multiple scenes, and add real-time collaborators—all without ever leaving 3D or your mobile device.

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The Next Web
When Google and Apple announced their mobile augmented reality (AR) platforms last summer, they rocked the 3D world. Almost overnight, Google's ARCore and Apple's ARKit shifted the center of gravity for 3D UX design away from headsets like the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR toward already ubiquitous mobile devices.
VentureBeat
Torch 3D has raised $3.5 million to build its augmented and virtual reality prototyping platform. The idea, which came from a couple of Magic Leap alumni, is to make it fast and easy for teams to build, share, and iterate on 3D concepts. Portland, Oregon-based Torch 3D wants to make it possible for any designer to ...
Torch
Announcing Torch AR, the Design Platform for Mobile AR The single biggest obstacle to widespread adoption of spatial computing is not device price, form factor, or install base. Rather, it is the lack of great content. More precisely, the obstacle is a lack of content caused by the lack of tools designers need to create and deploy that content.
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Augmented reality (AR) platform by Shazam

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Campaignlive
Since its inception in 1999, Shazam has been known mostly as the app that helps users identify songs and their artists. In 2015, the app branched out to include a visual-recognition function that allowed consumers to scan books and packages for special offers. Now, Shazam is taking that functionality into the third dimension with augmented reality.
UploadVR
Shazam, known for its eponymous music recognition app, has launched a new augmented reality (AR) platform for brands, artists, and users around the world. Founded in 2000, Shazam offers a mobile app that lets you identify songs playing in the background by tapping a button.
Digital Trends
You first got to know it as the app that helped you identify your music, but now, Shazam is helping you identify a whole lot more. On Monday, the app announced the launch of a new augmented reality platform for its partners, artists, and "hundreds of millions of global users."
Marketing Dive
Shazam, originally a music ID app, has grown to include more content distribution and has now launched an augmented reality platform for its brand partners per a company press release. The platform will allow brands to share marketing materials enhanced with augmented reality.
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Create and play in virtual worlds with others

VRChat lets you create, publish, and explore virtual worlds with other people from around the world.

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Polygon
New game obsessions are commonplace, but phenomenons that can only be described as platform or industry changing are rare occurrences; VRChat is shaping up to be one of those rarities. Developed by Graham Gaylor and Jesse Joudrey, VRChat is an amalgamation social community video games.
Windows Central
What is VRChat and how do you get started? VRChat is an online community accessible by Windows Mixed Reality (WMR), HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, or just any old regular keyboard, mouse, and monitor. Available for free through Steam, it's a meeting ground where you can create your own avatar, create your own world, play games, watch movies, and just hang out as you… See more
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