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> VRTK/Scripts/Controls/3D In order to interact with the world beyond grabbing and throwing, controls can be used to mimic real-life objects. A number of controls are available which partially support auto-configuration. So can a slider for example detect its min and max points or a button the distance until a push event should be triggered. In the editor gizmos will be drawn that show the current settings. A yellow gizmo signals a valid configuration. A red one shows that the position of the object should change or switch to manual configuration mode. All 3D controls extend the `VRTK_Control` abstract class which provides common methods and events.