3D Graphics View
3D Graphics View User Interface
By default, the 3D Graphics View is opened next to the Algebra View. In addition, either the Input Bar is displayed at the bottom of the GeoGebra window (GeoGebra Desktop), or an Input Field is integrated directly in the Algebra View (GeoGebra Web and Tablet Apps). The 3D Graphics View Toolbar is displayed at the top of the GeoGebra window, with the Undo / Redo buttons in the top right corner.
3D Graphics View 
The 3D Graphics View is part of the 3D Graphics Perspective, although you may add a 3D Graphics View window to any Perspective at any time by using the View Menu or the Views button in the Style Bar.
Customizing the 3D Graphics View
You can customize the 3D Graphics View according to the mathematical topic you want to work with. The basic setup can be changed using the 3D Graphics View Style Bar (e.g. display of coordinate axes, xOyplane, grid). In addition, the Preferences Dialog provides more options to customize the 3D Graphics View. You may also change the layout of GeoGebra’s user interface according to your needs.
Creating Mathematical Objects
Constructions with the Mouse
Using the construction Tools available in the 3D Graphics View Toolbar you can create geometric constructions in the 3D Graphics View with the mouse. Select any construction tool from the 3D Graphics View Toolbar and read the tooltip provided in the 3D Graphics View in order to find out how to use the selected Tool.
Any object you create in the 3D Graphics View also has an algebraic representation in the Algebra View. 
Select the Sphere with Center through Point Tool and click in the 3D Graphics View twice. The first click creates the center point while the second click creates a sphere and a point on the sphere.
Hint: In order to create a new point in the 3dimensional space, you need to…

3D Graphics View Toolbar
The 3D Graphics View Toolbar provides a wide range of Tools that can be operated with the mouse and allow you to create the threedimensional graphical representations of objects directly in the 3D Graphics View. Every icon in the Toolbar represents a Toolbox that contains a selection of related construction Tools. In order to open a Toolbox, you need to click on the corresponding default Tool shown in the 3D Graphics View Toolbar (GeoGebra Web and Tablet Apps) or on the small arrow in the lower right corner of the Toolbar icon (GeoGebra Desktop).
The Tools of the 3D Graphics View Toolbar are organized by the nature of resulting objects or the functionality of the Tools. You will find Tools that create different types of planes in the Planes Toolbox or Tools that allow you to create geometric solids in the Geometric Solids Toolbox. 
Direct Input using the Input Bar
GeoGebra’s 3D Graphics View supports points, vectors, lines, segments, rays, polygons, and circles in a threedimensional coordinate system. You may either use the Tools provided in the 3D Graphics View Toolbar, or directly enter the algebraic representation of these objects in the Input Bar or Input Field of the Algebra View (GeoGebra Web and Tablet Apps).
Enter A=(5, 2, 1)
into the Input Bar or Input Field of the Algebra View in order to create a point in the threedimensional
coordinate system.
Furthermore, you may now create surfaces, planes, as well as geometric solids (pyramids, prisms, spheres, cylinders, and cones).
Enter f(x, y)=sin(x*y)
in order to create the corresponding surface.
Commands
In addition to the wide range of /Category:Commands.adoc[Commands] available for the other Views of GeoGebra, there also is a selection of 3D Commands specifically for the 3D Graphics View.
Let A=(2, 2, 0)
, B=(2, 2, 0)
, C=(0, 2, 0)
, and D=(0, 0, 3)
. Input the command
Pyramid[A, B, C, D]
and hit the Enter key in order to create the pyramid with base ABC and apex D.
Moving Mathematical Objects in 3D
Move Tool
Using the Move Tool you may drag and drop Free Points in the 3D Graphics View. In order to move a point in the threedimensional coordinate system, you can switch between two modes by clicking on the point:

Mode xOyplane: You may move the point parallel to the xOyplane without changing the zcoordinate.

Mode zaxis: You may move the point parallel to the zaxis without changing the x and ycoordinates.
Display of Mathematical Objects
Translation of the Coordinate System
You may translate the coordinate system by using the Move Graphics View Tool and dragging the background of the 3D Graphics View with your pointing device. Thereby, you can switch between two modes by clicking on the background of the 3D Graphics View:

Mode xOyplane: You may translate the scene parallel to the xOyplane.

Mode zaxis: You may translate the scene parallel to the zaxis.
Alternatively you can hold the Shift key and drag the background of the 3D Graphics View in order to translate the coordinate system. Again, you need to click in order to switch between the two modes while holding the Shift key.
You can go back to the default view by selecting the button Back to Default View in the 3D Graphics View Style Bar. 
Rotation of the Coordinate System
You may rotate the coordinate system by using the Rotate 3D Graphics View Tool and dragging the background of the 3D Graphics View with your pointing device.
Alternatively you can rightdrag the background of the 3D Graphics View in order to rotate the coordinate system.
If you want to continue the rotation of the coordinate system when the mouse is released, you may use the option Start Rotating the View and Stop Rotating the View in the 3D Graphics View Style Bar.
You can go back to the default rotation by selecting the button Rotate back to default view in the 3D Graphics View Style Bar. 
Viewpoint in front of an Object
You may use the View in front of Tool in order to view the coordinate system from a viewpoint in front of the selected object.
Zoom
You may use the Zoom In Tool and Zoom Out Tool in order to zoom in the 3D Graphics View.
Hint: You may also use the wheel of your mouse to zoom. 
3D Graphics View Style Bar
The 3D Graphics View Style Bar contains buttons to

show / hide the coordinate axes, the xOyplane, and a grid in the xOyplane

go back to default view

change the Point Capturing settings

start / stop rotating the view automatically

adjust the view direction

choose the type of projection

open the Properties Dialog (GeoGebra Web and Tablet Apps)

display additional Views in the GeoGebra window (GeoGebra Web and Tablet Apps)
Style Bar for Tools and Objects
Depending on the Tool or object you select, the buttons in the Style Bar adapt to your selection. Please see Style Bar Options for Tools and Objects for more information.