I am trying to create a 3D chart with a surface representing the topology of a certain location.
At this location I am going to have a sensor that measures the gravitational forces in three axes, x y z.
With this I want to create an arrow from the physical location of the sensor on the surface (eg. [10, 10, 100]), pointing towards the point made by the values I get from my sensor (eg. [20, 19, 169]).
Is this in any way possible with Plotly? I have found that I can make almost exactly what I want with markers, but in 3D the markes don’t support the arrow shape. I can make a line with two crosses in each end, but making a plain arrow seems to not be possible with this solution.
Another way I have found to make arrows, is to use the annotations. The problem here however is that the arrow is more or less stationary and not changing its angle depending on the view.
Any solution or nudge in the right direction would be greatly appreciated