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3D Graphics Options
Mathematica allows you to treat abstract 3D graphics using familiar physical metaphors. It provides not only real-time 3D manipulation, but also detailed programmatic control of features such as orientation, viewing geometry and lighting, all tightly integrated with Mathematica's symbolic language and real-time dynamic capabilities.
Viewing Geometry
ViewPoint view point relative to the bounding box
ViewCenter, ViewVertical orientation relative to the bounding box
    
ViewVector camera position and orientation in graphics coordinates
ViewRange, ViewAngle camera range of view and opening angle
    
ViewMatrix explicit view transformation matrix
SphericalRegion make a graphic rotatable without clipping
    
RotationAction whether to refit or clip after interactive rotation
Simulated Lighting
Lighting list of light sources
Box & Axes
Boxed whether to show the bounding box
BoxRatios the shape of the bounding box
BoxStyle  ▪ Axes  ▪ AxesEdge  ▪ AxesStyle  ▪ FaceGrids  ▪ FaceGridsStyle
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