Anatomical Structure Viewer Documentation

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How to navigate in the 3D scene

 

Rotating Zooming Translating Repositioning

Rotating

To rotate the scene, select the first mouse mode : rotation.

ToolbarRotation.jpg (4924 octets)

Then press the mouse (with the left button) in the side of the screen you want to turn the scene (along one of the main camera axes). The picture below shows the result of a rotation after having pressed the mouse on the left of the screen. The farther the mouse is from the center of the screen, the quicker the scene will turn around itself. For continuous rotation, keep the mouse pressed.

For rotation along the axe perpendicular to the screen, press the "Ctrl" key before. The picture below shows the result of a rotation after having pressed the "Ctrl" key and the mouse on the left of the screen.

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Zooming

To zoom, select the second mouse mode : zoom, or use the right button of the mouse if you have one.

ToolbarZoom.jpg (4839 octets)

Then click and drag the mouse up or down to change the zoom. To zoom in, go up, and to zoom out, go down. The picture below shows the result of a zoom after having dragged up the mouse.

Screen2flechezoom.jpg (5967 octets)

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Translating

To translate the scene, select the third mouse mode : translation, or use the middle button of the mouse if you have one.

ToolbarSliceTranslation.jpg (5054 octets)

Then click and drag the mouse in the direction you want the scene to be translated.

Screen2flechetranslate.jpg (5571 octets)

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Repositioning

Select the View tab and click on the button corresponding to the main direction you want to view the scene :

Coronal view Sagital view Axial view

To recenter the scene around all the visible models, click on the button

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