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View motion capture data in 3D perspective viewed from a specified point of sight, or direction, of the capture volume.

The 3D Orthogonal view pane contains the following components:

ComponentDescription
3D Orthogonal view pane tool bar
Manage the display of data in the active workspace with the following controls in the 3D Orthogonal view tool bar:
  • Orthogonal view list
    Set the point of sight by selecting one of the following orthogonal projections (also called orthographic projections):
    • -Z (default)
    • +Z
    • +X
    • -X
    • +Y
    • -Y
  • Camera Centered on Selection  button
    Position the currently selected data in the center of the view pane. This option does not automatically zoom in on the selected data.
3D Orthogonal view pane workspaceView and manipulate 3D data in the workspace.


Viewing data in 3D Orthogonal view

View motion capture data in 3D perspective viewed from a specified point of sight, or direction, of the capture volume. You can view 3D data from an orthogonal perspective live in real time or from a previously saved trial.

When you have displayed a 3D Orthogonal view pane, you can:

  • Manage the visualization of graph data in the workspace.
  • Highlight the representations of specific cameras in 3D Orthogonal view pane workspace by selecting one or more cameras.

To view data in a 3D Orthogonal view pane:

  1. Stream live camera data.
  2. From the view pane tool bar, select 3D Orthogonal. The reconstructed 3D data from all cameras is displayed in a single 3D Orthogonal view pane, initially from the Top view.
  3. From the View list in the 3D Orthogonal view pane tool bar, either leave the default or select another orthogonal projection to set the view to a different point of sight:
    • -Z (default)
    • +Z
    • +X
    • -X
    • +Y
    • -Y
  4. In the 3D Orthogonal view pane, select a marker and perform an action on it in either of the following ways:
    • On the Objects tab, check the reconstruction and labeling and edit any errors or inconsistencies; or
    • Right-click and select a command from the displayed context menu.

      Tip
      You can select the Detach Marker command from the context menu displayed when you right-click on a marker in the 3D Perspective view pane.