Click Create Function and choose ‘Author from scratch’, Runtime as Node.js latest version, and give a logical Function name(Eg:LexLogLambda) and choose Create new role under permissions. You signed in with another tab or window. Log into Lambda console. We use optional third-party analytics cookies to understand how you use GitHub.com so we can build better products. Choose ‘Slot Types’ on the left panel and create two slot types 1.action and 2.service : Save the intent. In the Skill screen, on the left panel, you can notice Invocation option, click that and change the skill invocation name to something simple(we will use the name 'sumerian').
Now add two Environment Variables([PRIMARY_KEY,LexLogId] and [TABLE_NAME,LexLog]) to the function as shown in the image below: Optionally, you can also copy the tests folder into your lambda function. Import assets from a curated selection of landscapes, furniture, materials, hosts and more. Note: We are going to build a Sumerian Scene with a Host that answers your questions regarding AWS services, and uses TV to display videos about these services. GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. they're used to log you in. Click on + button on Slot Type in the left panel and add the details as per the image. Lambda functions to take appropriate actions as per the user’s voice inputs. Another to let Lex bot read data from Dynamo DB. If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. And choose Alexa Skills Kit and add the Skill ID that is noted in the last step while creating alexa skill. Save your work and copy the ARN of this lambda function. Now add sample utterances. Don’t forget to give this new role permission to access DynamoDB (You can add this permission in AWS IAM for this role). Sumerian Scene keeps scanning the messages from DynamoDB and take the appropriate action based on the information it receives from Alexa skill through DynamoDB.
Now, expand room_ViewRoom.fbx and select Maya TShirt. You will learn how simple and seamless it is to build an interactive and immersive Human-like Sumerian Hosts(without having to touch or press any button) on your AR/VR applications using Alexa. Purpose: Choose ‘Author from scratch’, Runtime as Node.js latest version, and give a logical Function name and choose Create new role under permissions. Learn more. Now choose Intents and click “Add Intent”. Now, click on Publish button and create an alias and click publish. Note: You also need to copy the Lambda function ARN later (from Lambda console) and paste that under Default region in this screen. Learn more, We use analytics cookies to understand how you use our websites so we can make them better, e.g. Save the scene. (with Bundled zip file of the Scene).
These options are available on the top of the screen. Give it a name “SumerianDemo” and click Create. To get started you will need an IAM user with the following access: Note: All the scene objects and textures were created by Gabriel Martini (gabrielmartinigit). Choose “Start from scratch” option and click choose. These solutions can also let Host control the objects and their state in a scene just by interacting with it. The purpose of this demo is show how to use Amazon Sumerian to create a virtual class. Alexa Skill to be built that can integrate with Lambda and push the user’s voice inputs. Then click the ‘+’ button on the right to sate it to the utterances list. Browser-based publishing and distribution, Click here to return to Amazon Web Services homepage. Amazon Sumerian is a set of browser-based tools for creating high-quality virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and 3D applications easily without requiring any programming or 3D graphics expertise. Remove the button ‘This is HTML’ in this. This table will be used to store the user inputs temporarily so that Sumerian can scan through this table and take appropriate action in the scene. Then you can test the skill from Utterance Profiler.
Test if the bot is invoking the Lambda function to fetch the service data from DynamoDB. Log into DynamoDB dashboard(https://console.aws.amazon.com/dynamodb/home) and click Create Table. Create custom slot type with name “action” and add slot values(‘display’, ‘show’, ‘pause’, ‘stop’) as per the image below: And repeat same step to create the slot type “service”.