Rotating the Bezel Reveals the direction of travel
Once you know that the compass always points to north,
finding your heading (direction of travel) is simple.
Drag the compass to any position in the window. Notice that the needle is measuring north somewhere towards the top right corner.
Imagine that you are traveling directly towards the left side of the window. Now hold the [SHIFT] key on the keyboard down and
hold down the mouse button on the body of the compass close to the center. Then while doing this, drag the mouse slowly and notice
that the compass body rotates. Continue to rotate the bezel until the "N" on the bezel's windrose aligns itself directly under the
north-pointing side of the needle. Now release the mouse and keys. The point on the windrose which points most directly at the direction
of your travel is your heading. In this example, what is your heading?