All ohyay elements can be transformed to adjust their orientation on screen. ohyay supports rotate, scale, skew, and perspective transformations.

For more detailed description of these transformation, please see the documentation of CSS transforms.

ohyay creators often use rotation transforms to orient participant videos to make them appear as if they were in a 3D scene. For example, in the room below, the left-most participant element is rotated about the Y axis (vertical axis) to produce the effect of the participant sitting in the chair.


You can modify the Perspective setting to adjust the distance from the Z plane and the "camera" through which the user is viewing the Room. Below is an example of the exact same square rotated along the Y-axis 30 degrees at different Perspective values:

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