What is Heading, Pitch and Bank?

When it comes to 3D visualization, heading, pitch and bank are important concepts to understand. Heading refers to the direction an object is facing, pitch represents the angle of the object, and bank refers to the angle at which the object is tilted.

These concepts are important to understand because they can have a significant impact on the final look of a rendered image. For example, changing the heading of an object can cause it to appear larger or smaller in the frame. Similarly, changing the pitch can cause an object to appear closer or farther away. And finally, changing the bank can cause an object to appear rotated in space.