In the camera location window you can precisely position the location of the 3D viewing camera. This is visually equivalent to rotating the eye and/or plaque in the 3D view which is more commonly (and more easily) performed in the Setup window by using the axially constrained rotation button controls (the buttons with green triangles) or the interactive cursor operated virtual track-ball. The distance of the 3D camera with from the eye and/or plaque origin is fixed at 1000 mm, and the camera orientation is constrained to look at either the the eye or plaque origin.
Note: This window replaces the more restricted Standard Views hierarchical menu that was present in PS6 versions prior to 6.7.6.
From the Setup Menu select.
Euler angles group:
Standard views group:
The Standard Views buttons rotate the 3D camera to view the eye from various predefined viewpoints. The examples below are for a right eye using a ZYX sequence.
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