Camera Inclination

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The Camera Inclination property of an object represents the vertical position of the camera relative to the object. The Camera Inclination is the angle at which the camera would need to tilt up or down in order to place the object in the center of the screen. When Camera Inclination is zero, the camera's position shares the same y-coordinate as the object's position. This is a read-only property that is automatically calculated by Universe Sandbox.

Property Details[edit | edit source]

Location[edit | edit source]

The Camera Inclination property is located in the Camera Relative section of the Motion tab of the object's properties panel.

Units[edit | edit source]

Camera Inclination is an angle, and can be viewed using the following units:

  • Radians (rad)
  • Degrees (°) = (180/π) rad

Camera Inclination is defined in the range -90° to 90°, or -π/2 to π/2 rad.