I have a solid sphere of data and I would like to be able to have a visualization with a stationary cutting plane and the 3D data rotating/translating freely while the cutting plane retains it’s orientation. (Bonus points if I can do this with a box clip, with the box corner at the center of the sphere!)
Is there any way to accomplish this in paraview?
TIA for any help you might be able to provide!
Quite a standard usage of ParaView, here is a state file demonstrating it.
rotatingDataStationaryBox.pvsm (346.6 KB)
Many thanks for that demo Mathieu!
It took me some time to realize that this was an animation.
Is it possible for the user to grab the volume data with the mouse and rotate it that way? The way it’s currently configured, if I drag the volume data, the clip box rotates with it.
Sorry, I should have precised that.
Sure, it is quite easy, just click on the “Transform” filter in the pipeline browser and grab the box widget.
Got it! Thank you VERY much! Your help is greatly appreciated!