Camera controls are necessary for navigating a 3D scene on a 2D screen. Whenever you encounter a 3D scene on Metalitix, there are on-screen buttons and additional keyboard controls that assist you in obtaining the optimal vantage point.
When viewing a 3D scene, 2D on-screen buttons are available in the bottom righthand corner.
Toggle metric information overlaid onto your 3D scene.
Select whether to follow (3rd person), embody (1st person), or freely follow (free roam) the user's camera session during session playback.
Return your vantage point to the default view of the entire scene.
Increase or decrease the viewport's field of view, effectively making the scene larger or smaller.
When viewing a 3D scene, you can manipulate your camera perspective using your keyboard. The keybindings are configurable in the Account Settings (found in the sidebar). The configurable keybindings allow for two different configurations for every type of input. Depicted below are the default camera controls, which are common for many 3D editors and games.