Posing Objects in Alice3

After watching the videos in the section, you should understand how to turn and roll an objects subparts (arms, legs, head, car doors, a gate or the lid to the treasure chest.

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True or False: After turning the left arm, the right arm is done the same way. answer

False, it may be the same or different

The joints on 3D objects, such as the neck or elbow or a door are called _____ answer

subparts

Where can the 3D objects be positioned? answer

in either the scene setup window or in the code view window

What will be the result if an object is turned 1.0? answer

it will be back where it started

True or False: One shots require the same arguments as the code can have answer

False: the direction and the amount are the same, but there is no duration

What are 2 ways to postion a selected subpart in the design view? answer

Either use the handle style tools or one shots

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show ____ has been selected answer

joints

True or False: All 3D objects have subparts. answer

False: many simple items, such as the soccer ball do not have subparts.

How can you select an objects subparts in design view? answer

either by showing joints or selecting the subpart from the drop down list and following the arrow

How can you select an objects subparts in code view? answer

by selecting the subpart from the drop down list and following the arrow

Please review the lesson for any questions you miss.

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