Rotate with the left mouse button. Zoom with the scroll button. Adjust camera position with the right mouse button. Double-click to enter the fullscreen mode. On mobile devices swipe to rotate. On mobile devices pinch two fingers together or apart to adjust zoom. Rhino has always directly supported both 3D digitizing hardware and 3D scanned point cloud data. Rhino supports: Large point clouds. 3D scanners have become faster and cheaper, making huge scan files more common. Rhino’s 64-bit support and enhanced support for graphic co‑processors has made it possible to work with these large point clouds.
Aug 16, 2011 · That is correct. SolidWorks still only reads Rhino V4 files. If you SaveAs/Export from Rhino as a V4 file, then the file can be opened in Solidworks 2012 and 2015. If the Rhino file contains "closed, solid, polysurfaces", these will import as base features. If your Rhino model is NOT closed, you'll get imported surfaces.
The Rhino's turret and gun barrel resemble the turret from the Tiger II heavy tank used by the German Army during World War II. Both are designed based on long range bombardment, with a large caliber cannon to perform that role, and both have heavy armor. The turrets of both vehicles rotate slowly.