I'm assuming you could do that in the ERA environment using a custome camera path with perspective turned on. The key to going through a model is perspective. You can do this interactively using a 3Dconnexion device...
I can not figure out how to create a path for the camrea to follow. I am not seeing any tools to create a path.
You can create named views at the starting and ending positions of where you want the camera to fly through the model. When you go to the animation editor, right click on Camera and select Edit Definition and then choose Build Using Named Views and select your views.
Here is a little macro that will simplify fast view creation.
Create a keyboard shortcut to the macro. Maybe the F12.
When you tap the F12 key it creates a view named 1 and the next time will be 2 and so on.
The text file in the same folder controls the index so you can reset it.
Source is included in the zip.
The paint is still wet on this code but it worked for me.
Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices Module Module1 Sub main() Try Dim theApp As Object = Marshal.GetActiveObject("SolidEdge.Application") Dim theView As Object Dim theWindow As Object Dim theDoc As Object = theApp.ActiveDocument theWindow = theApp.ActiveWindow theView = theWindow.View theView.SaveCurrentView(GetNextName) Catch ex As Exception 'fail End Try End Sub Private Function GetNextName() As String Dim datFile = "Increment.txt" Dim fldr = Application.StartupPath Dim fullPath = IO.Path.Combine(fldr, datFile) Dim val As Integer If Not IO.File.Exists(fullPath) Then IO.File.WriteAllText(fullPath, "1") Return 1 Else val = Integer.Parse(IO.File.ReadAllText(fullPath)) IO.File.WriteAllText(fullPath, (val + 1)) End If Return val End Function End Module