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ViewPoint   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ViewPoint is an option for Graphics3D and related functions which gives the point in space from which three-dimensional objects are to be viewed.
Three-Dimensional Surface Plots   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Basic 3D plotting function. This makes a three-dimensional plot of the function sin(xy). Three-dimensional graphics can be rotated in place by dragging the mouse inside the ...
Coordinate Systems for ...   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Whenever Mathematica draws a three-dimensional object, it always effectively puts a cuboidal box around the object. With the default option setting Boxed->True, Mathematica ...
[Right-click] > Default View   (Mathematica Menu Item)
Default View resets the view point for the selected (or clicked upon) 3D graphic to the default orientation.
[Right-click] > Front View   (Mathematica Menu Item)
Front View sets the view point for the selected (or clicked upon) 3D graphic to the default front orientation.
[Right-click] > Top View   (Mathematica Menu Item)
Top View sets the view point for the selected (or clicked upon) 3D graphic to the default top orientation.
[Right-click] > Reset Pan/Zoom   (Mathematica Menu Item)
Reset Pan/Zoom resets the pan and zoom for the selected 3D graphic.
ViewVector   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ViewVector is an option for Graphics3D and related functions which specifies the position and direction of a simulated camera used to view three-dimensional objects.
Interactive 3D Control   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides real-time view control for all 3D graphics, wherever they may appear in a document. Mathematica's advanced human interface device system also ...
SphericalRegion   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SphericalRegion is an option for three-dimensional graphics functions that specifies whether the final image should be scaled so that a sphere drawn around the ...
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