The PanZoom Slider adjusts the way a three dimensional application is
viewed, much as in the way the view through a camera may be changed. The
zoom slider at the bottom moves the view either closer or farther from
the application. The relative zoom is printed on the first line of the
pad. The pan slider moves in two directions and acts like moving a camera
in the plane perpendicular to the line of sight. In keeping with the camera
analogy, the viewer moves in the same direction as the slider and therefore
the object appears to move in the opposite direction. The relative view
is given on the first two lines of the pad. The sliders will move to the
cursor location when the left mouse is depressed and will follow the cursor
while the left mouse is held down. The rectangular boxes are used to step
incrementally through the panning and zooming.
Reset: Places the slides in their original positions.
Applications to Connect This Application to
The PanZoom Slider will adjust any application which renders in a three dimensional space. This currently includes Plane and Globe. When linked through the Animator, continuously rotating objects may be made.