Blender 3D: Noob to Pro/Advanced Tutorials/Advanced Animation/Guided tour/Const/tt

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Track-To[edit | edit source]

The Track-To constraint lets you influence the Rotation of the constrained object by making it track a target with one of the constrained object's axis.

The Constraint Panel[edit | edit source]

  • You can enter the name of the target you want to track.
  • You can select which axis is going to track the target.
  • You can select which axis is going to stay up.

Where To Use It[edit | edit source]

A good example of use is the make a camera track an object. The setting to use on a camera is track: -Z and up: Y. You can turn Axis drawing in objectbutton window to help you choose the good axis.

Another example with armature would be the eyes of a character: