One of AutoCAD 2010 undocumented commands is named after the movie "Antz" (In unrelated news, Autodesk's Maya software was the secondary computer graphics app used for the movie Antz.)
The Antz command controls some aspects of the ViewCube and SteeringWheel -- user interface elements that Autodesk also has in Maya. After loading gstest.Arx with AppLoad, enter the following command:
Click on ViewCube part or [?]:
Enter in an integer; this causes the ViewCube to rotate to that position, such as Top and BackTopRight -- kind of like a command-line interface to controlling the ViewCube and standard views in the drawing. It would be used by macros.
[Show wheels/SImulate operation]:
The Show wheels option displays all seven SteeringWheels on the screen. SImulate operation animates sample operations like Oribt and Dolly.
This option doesn't seem to do anything.
(PS: GsTest.Arx contains many undocumented commands for testing the graphics system, which I have documented in the past.)