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Digital Twin (3D) Settings
Updated over a week ago


Digital Twin technology creates immersive 3D models used in various fields. In Frontline, you can adjust settings to suit your needs. This guide will help you understand and use these settings effectively.

How to Access Digital Twin Settings

  1. Open the Frontline App:

    • Start by opening the Frontline app on your device.

  2. Access Digital Twin Settings:

    • Look for the "More" button icon, found at the bottom of the screen. (3 dots)

  3. Enter Settings:

    • Click "Settings" within the "More" menu to access Digital Twin settings.

Tooltips on the digital twin.

Tooltips are helpful labels in a 3D digital model. They show up when you hover over them with your mouse at different parts of the model and tell you what those parts are called.

If you don't want to see them, you can turn them off by clicking the "more" button menu. By using the tooltips feature, you can get more detailed information about the different parts of your digital twin model and gain a deeper understanding of how it works.

Understanding Digital Twin Settings

Settings are divided into two categories: Quality and Input.

Quality Settings

Quality settings offer three options: Low, Medium, and High. These affect Screen Space Reflections, Ambient Occlusion, and Resolution:

  • Low: Reduces visual effects for better performance on less powerful devices.

  • Medium: Balances visual quality for most devices.

  • High: Maximizes visual quality, requiring a powerful device for smooth performance.

Input Settings

  1. Zoom Sensitivity:

    • Controls zoom responsiveness.

  2. Rotate Sensitivity:

    • Manages rotation responsiveness.

  3. Pan Sensitivity:

    • Adjusts sensitivity for panning or moving within the 3D environment.


Customizing Digital Twin (3D) settings in the Frontline app empowers you to tailor your experience. Whether you prioritize visual quality or input responsiveness, these settings give you control. Use this guide to make the most of Digital Twin technology for your 3D modeling and simulation needs.

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