To begin adding pain points, select Tools from the main menu, and select Pain from the Tools menu.
Using Pain Sphere
By default, the Pain sphere is selected. To add a Pain point, tap and drag on the model. The Pain will be centered around the point where you begin dragging, and will expand to the distance that you drag.
Access the Pain settings by tapping the button in the centre of the bottom of the screen.
The Pain brush allows you to draw around an irregular area, and create a Pain point for that area. Select the brush option from the settings panel, and then draw around the area on the model.
Choose whether your Pain points should be animated in a pulsing motion, or stay still.
Rotating the Model
To rotate or zoom into the model, tap Done in the top right corner and navigate the model as normal.
Undo and Redo
Undo and redo Pain points using the buttons at the top of the tool selection panel.
When using the Pain tool, tap the ‘Clear Pain button in the top left corner of the screen to remove all pain points. At any point, select the ‘Clear’ button in the top left corner of the screen, and select to Clear Pain or to Clear All.