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Anatomy of a 3D Motion Controller

Motion controllers feature a ball, or cap, which easily rotates in 6 directions to perform the ultimate in 3D navigation. They also have programmable buttons to which frequently used commands and functions can be mapped for one-touch access. Studies show that you can increase your productivity simply by adding a motion controller to your left hand in conjunction with the use of your mouse.
 
Pan Zoom Rotate

Touch and Zoom
With a tap on the controller cap, you can pan, zoom and rotate models and objects on your screen, simultaneously, without using your mouse. Imagine, experiencing 6 degrees-of-freedom in one intuitive, fluid motion, precisely positioning your model or scene in 3D space. Further, with one touch of a programmable button, you can execute a command sequence that would take many trips to the keyboard or many clicks on the menu bar to accomplish.

Once you see what you can do with a motion controller….you’ll see why you can’t do without one!

Learn more by downloading the PDF; “What is a 3D Motion Controller?

Save time and resources by streamlining your workflow. Maximize your efficiency by going from an interrupt driven workflow, utilizing only one hand to an integrated process using both hands. Studies show that using both hands will optimize your productivity by 30%.

3D CONTROLLERS