3DWALK allows you to view the model as though you are walking through it.
Allows you to view the model as though you are flying through or around it.
Use the Walk and Fly Settings dialog box to specify the navigation settings you want to use.
Use the mouse and arrow keys to walk through the drawing. Press Esc or Enter to exit: Click and drag in the drawing to walk through the model, or use the arrow keys on the keyboard. When finished, release the mouse button. Repeat to walk again. When finished, press Enter, right-click the drawing, or press Esc.
Drawings can be viewed as though you are walking or flying through them. When you walk through a drawing, you navigate along the xy plane. When you fly through a drawing, you navigate “above” the model, unrestricted by the xy plane.
1 Do one of the following to choose 3D Walk () or 3D Fly ():
2 Click and drag in the drawing to walk or fly through the model, or use the arrow keys on the keyboard. When finished, release the mouse button.
3 Repeat to walk or fly again.
4 When finished, press Enter, right-click the drawing, or press Esc.
To customize walk and fly settings
1 Do one of the following to choose Walk and Fly Settings ( ):
2 In Step Size, enter the value for the step size in drawing units, then enter the speed in steps per second.
3 Mark Prevent Clipping if you want to disable clipping.
4 In Lens Length, enter the value for the lens length you want to use. This value applies only when using the 3D Walk and 3D Fly commands; it does not change the default lens length that is determined by the LENSLENGTH system variable.
5 In Walk Elevation, specify the elevation to apply to walk mode during the 3D Walk command.
6 Click OK.