In a 3D Plotly plot the camera center defaults to (0,0,0), where, as far as I understand, (0,0,0) refers to the centre of the 3D volume occupied by the plot, not the coordinate (0,0,0).
E.g. if I change the camera center to (1,1,1), where is this in relation to my plot? From a bit of experimenting I have discovered that:
- (1,1,1) puts the camera center outside the volume occupied by my plot, but I can’t figure out how far outside,
- (0.5, 0.5, 0.5) put the camera center near, but not exactly on, one of the edges of the volume occupied by the plot; sometimes it is near a corner of the volume, sometimes it is along an edge.