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.
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;
is a 3D Motion Controller?”