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Unleash the Power of Rhino 5 with a 3D Mouse

The introduction of Rhino 5 sets a new benchmark for how good the 3Dconnexion 3D mouse experience can be! However you use Rhino, adding a 3D mouse to the mix makes it easier to design by enabling a more natural connection to your digital content. In no time at all, you’ll be totally immersed in the 3D world, having a blast while you design your best creations ever!

Take Control of Your 3D Creations

A 3D mouse provides Rhino 5 users an incomparable level of design interaction, making it a rewarding and creativity boosting tool. What’s capable with this 3D design duo?

  • Intelligent 3D Navigation— Whether you’re working with larger models
    or focusing on intricate details in object mode, the 3D mouse automatically
    follows your point of interest to continuously determine the optimal center
    of rotation. Alternatively, you can easily choose to rotate around a selected
    item.

  • Enhanced Camera Navigation— Navigate your 3D world in the way that’s
    most comfortable for you. Use the 3D mouse to manipulate your model in
    any of three navigation modes: Camera, Target Camera or Helicopter.

  • Customizable Buttons— With Rhino 5’s new 3D mouse button mapping
    editor, it’s quick and easy to assign your favorite commands to the
    3D mouse function keys, so you can stay in the zone by reducing keyboard
    and standard mouse use.

Get started, and experience the natural, intuitive feel of combining Rhino 5 with a 3Dconnexion 3D mouse. Complement the many design improvements and capabilities the new Rhino 5 has to offer, and transform your concepts into reality.

 

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Customer quote

"With one of your hands on this amazing piece of technology, even at times when 3D navigation is not required, workflow remains accelerated thanks to the other functions like the shortcut keys used to activate software commands or to simply navigate from one view to the other."
Arturo Vittori
Architecture and Vision