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SIG: 3Dconnexion intros Intelligent Navigation for Autodesk Maya

3Dconnexion adds Intelligent Navigation to 3D mice for Autodesk Maya

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At SIGGRAPH 2011 this week 3Dconnexion, the makers of award-winning 3D mice, announced that “intelligent navigation” technology is now available in Autodesk Maya, ensuring the ultimate level of control over 3D models and scenes for digital artists in any profession or industry.

The new intelligent navigation technology automatically determines the optimal center of rotation based on the user’s point of interest. In addition, the center of rotation can be seen through an icon to give the designers a reference point when controlling spin, tilt, and roll motion, resulting in an extremely intuitive 3D navigation experience.

“Our innovative intelligence 3D navigation feature provides unprecedented levels of control,” said Antonio Pascucci, vice president of products, 3Dconnexion. “By automatically establishing and displaying the optimal center of rotation, designers are free to focus more on the creative elements of their designs without having to think about positioning the model or navigating the scene.”

Autodesk Maya users are free to switch between different intelligent 3D navigation modes including object mode, camera mode and target camera mode to suit their project or personal preference.

To learn more about 3Dconnexion visit them online here.

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