From Lee Bulter, "I noticed that when "throwing" things the rate of motion once thrown was
dependent on the complexity of the geometry. For complex scenes this
meant that it looked like you were "throwing" the display into molasses.
For simple geometry things get over-excited once thrown.
The fix is to factor in the frame rendering time to the caluclated
motion. I've implemented this for rotation and panning.
Now when things are thrown they maintain a rate very close to what was
happening when the mouse button was released."
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