When working in 3D, you'll often want to display different views so that you can see and verify the 3D effects in your drawing.
You can control the 3D navigation display, projection, and visualization tools.
Define a 3D view by placing a camera in model space and adjusting camera settings to suit your needs.
You can create 3D preview animations and adjust the settings before you create a motion path animation.
Motion path animations, such as 3D animated walk-throughs of a model, allow you to visually demonstrate a model to both a technical and non-technical audience. You can record and play back a navigation to communicate your design intent dynamically.