How-to: Create a Virtual Trainer With Amazon Sumerian Virtual Reality and Amazon Machine Learning

| January 7, 2019

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In part 1 of this blog series, you learned how to build the service environment in support of an Amazon Sumerian scene using key AWS services such as Amazon Lex, Amazon Cognito, Amazon DynamoDB and AWS Lambda. In part 2, You will learn how to create your virtual trainer using Amazon Sumerian and explore important component like Sumerian entities, State Machine, host behavior , Speech and Script component.By end of this post, you will have your own virtual trainer ready to teach about AWS services used in this post.  You can interact with AWS trainer by opening below Amazon Sumerian scene in the latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser. This post will teach you how to build the below scene.Navigate to the Sumerian Dashboard  from the AWS Console and choose an empty scene template from the Create scene from template section. You can give your scene a name and click on Create. Here we are naming it “VirtualTrainer” as shown in the below screenshot:

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