Layout: Layout Full scenes
Surfaces: Colors Images Transparency, etc
Objects: Referring Parts Collections
Ambient: Lights Environment
Interface: Swap objects Adjust view



Placement


Object placement can be specified with: on, in, above, below, under, to the left/right of, in front/back of, behind, over, next to, along, against.
The elephant is behind the chair.
The tiger is to the left of the chair.
The tiger is to the right of the chair.
The cat is in front of the chair.
The cat is under the chair.
The cat is above the chair.

Distance and size


Examples:
The zebra is 3 feet away from the hippo.
The zebra is 3 feet above the hippo.
The zebra is 3 feet tall. The hippo is 20 feet tall. The cat is 15 inches tall. The cat is on the hippo.
General sizes: Objects know their default size. But that can be changed with either explicit sizes (e.g., "3 feet tall") or non-specific sizes (e.g., "large", "huge", "small", etc.).
The enormous blue hippo is next to the huge red hippo.
The huge red hippo is next to the large green hippo.
The large green hippo is next to the purple hippo.
The purple hippo is next to the small orange hippo.
The tiny cyan hippo is on the orange hippo.

Orientation:

 Objects can face in different directions. The direction can be specfied as left, right, forwards, backwards, east, west, up, down, north, south, northeast,...
Directions are relative to the default viewing position. If you move the viewpoint, the directions don't change meaning. In some instances, however, directions will be relative to object position.
The cow is next to the horse. The cow is facing left.The horse is facing right.