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Even though most functionalities on the Wolfram Player, Wolfram Cloud, and Cloud Notebooks are broken and unusable, there is however one nice thing: momentum dissipation, this is an 'accelerated slow down' effect you get when you spin 3D graphics with your finger.

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Is there a way to replicate this effect in Mathematica (or perhaps on a touchscreen Windows or Linux screen)?

The above screencap was recorded from a cloud notebook with the Wolfram Player on iOS 11, after I spun it. Don't ask me why it's monochromatic, just another bug I guess.

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  • $\begingroup$ Code works as is for me: Graph3D[Table[i -> Mod[i^2, 74], {i, 100}]] on Windows 7, Mathematica 11.1.1. And is shows up as essentially "light blue". But I agree with @b3m2a1 that this is a duplicate. $\endgroup$
    – JimB
    Feb 17 '18 at 1:17