The Component Tracking Add-on in Visual Components is a compelling and free-to-use plugin that enables the users to create dynamic simulation content of their designs. Using the simple and easy interface, the users can lock the camera on any component in a layout to create a new simulation perspective and export in-depth visuals of production and process flows. The component tracking add-on is developed using Python API and is completely customizable. In this short video, we show you how to use the component tracking add-on and we’ve highlighted the results of tracking different components from different production applications. This video cannot be displayed unless all necessary Cookies are accepted. Youtube uses three cookies that are VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, CONSENT, YSC and they all live in targeting cookies category Accept allCookie settings Learn more about how to download and use this add-on by checking out The Component Add-On discussion thread in the Visual Components Forum. One powerful way of creating stunning simulations visuals is to use the Component Tracking Add-on together with the Blender Add-on. Some examples of this combination are showcased in the video. If you want to learn more about the Blender Add-on, check out the Blender Add-on blog post. If you have any questions about this add-on, check out the Visual Components Forum for more info and feel free to post questions or comments.