Is angV the velocity in blender units per second around a circle? most likely not, as the size of the circle could be any size. I set it to 1.00, and it was going way faster than 1 degree per second, and it looked like even faster than ten degrees per second. So, just to confirm, 1.00 = 100 degrees?

I think its radians per second rather than degrees. Since all the math internally is stored in radians, making it radians there would be easiest.

It seems to go at about 1 quad per second, although maybe a bit slower than that, which is about right for radians. It should take about 6 seconds to rotate once at 1.0, hmm.

Well, if you set it to 6.28, it rotates about once per second, so I’m pretty sure its radians per second

That looks right, I thought that might be it, but I didn’t fully get it. thanks alot!

To convert the angle to degrees:

degrees = radians*360/(2*3.1415)

To convert back to radians:

radians = degrees*(2*3.1415)/360

hope u find that useful.

Keith. 8)