How to | Rotate, Zoom, and Pan Graphics
One of the most powerful aspects of graphics in the Wolfram System is their interactivity. Rotating, zooming, and panning your graphics allows for a more complete visualization experience by letting you understand images from every angle and present them from the very best viewpoint.
Rotating from side to side moves the graphic around the axis, while rotating up and down makes the axis tumble. This corresponds to changing the ViewPoint option.
Zooming interactively corresponds to changing the ViewAngle option.
With panning enabled, press and hold the mouse button and drag to translate the position of the graphic. This corresponds to changing the 2D component of the ViewCenter option.
Some graphics, such as those generated by ParametricPlot3D, offer an additional rotation mode when the cursor is positioned in the corner of the graphic.
Now press and hold the mouse button, then drag in a circular motion. This corresponds to changing the ViewVertical option.