fly-through

Main Entry:  fly-through
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an airplane flight made through a specific area, esp. for observation; also, a computer-simulated airplane flight through an area or object; also written flythrough
Example:  A fly-through allows users to view a model of a proposed or actual site as if they were inside it and moving through it.
Usage:  fly-through adj
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