Moving in 3D Space

Three axes (X, Y, and Z) are used to define 3D space. The position of a key on each of the three axes determines its location in 3D space.

Figure: 3D Space

The center point of the screen is the zero point. Each axis has a positive and negative region.

  • Moving to the left of the center (or zero) point locates the channel in -X space.
  • Moving to the right of the center point locates the channel in +X space.
  • Moving below the center point locates the channel in -Y space.
  • Moving above the center point locates the channel in +Y space.
  • Moving closer to you locates the channel in -Z space.
  • Moving away from you locates the channel in +Z space.