Open a document with geometrical data.
Rotate to see how the objects and the Robot are rotated together.
Point to the Robot.
You will notice that the following parts of the Robot are highlighted as you point to them:
- Robot axes
- arcs on the planes of the Robot
- and the planes themselves.
The cursor shape changes to indicate the kind of view transformation that will be possible with the currently pointed handle.
Drag any axis on the Robot.
The viewpoint is panned along the direction of the axis. For
example, dragging one axis upwards pans up along the axis:
Drag an arc on the Robot.
For example, dragging an arc to the right rotates the objects in
the plane subtended by the arc:
Dragging close to the blue ball rotates the objects quickly;
dragging further away from the blue ball rotates more slowly. The
rotation axis used is the same as that used when rotating using the
other rotation tools.
Drag a plane on the Robot.
For example, dragging the plane to the right moves the objects on
the same plane:
Drag the circle to rotate to rotate the objects freely: