After completing the training sumerian video series, I explored the editor and realized that there were multiple included fire and smoke assets that could be triggered. I wanted to use these effects, and the 360 images of amazon headquarters, to create a firefighting simulation. However, I also wanted to also test how Sumerian could be linked together with other AWS services.
What it does
The first link provided acts a login where users input 2 pieces of identifying information that gets stored in a MySQL database. Then they are directed to the Sumerian simulation. If for whatever reasons you do not want to use my front-end, I provided the Sumerian link as well to avoid the first step.
How I built it
I used the provided Sumerian assets, along with AWS Beanstalk, RDS, and MySQL.
Challenges I ran into
The Sumerian editor is still fixing bugs that make development difficult.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I had no MySQL experience previously, so I am very excited to get a database working properly.
What I learned
Full stack development and AWS.
What's next for Firefighter Simulation
Adding support for VR view once I have access to a headset.