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I know this is a radians/degrees issue, but I'm not sure how to solve it I have two objects (needles in a gauge) that one should rotate at 10% of the other - it's an altimeter for an airplane model

video of the rotation problem

My driver :

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What dumb thing am I doing wrong?

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Use a single property driver variable

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Using the transform channel type of driver variable with Eulers makes it ripe for gimbal lock.

Could someone please explain gimbal lock?

If instead single property is used

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The equivalent of

driven_needle.rotation_euler.x = driving_needle.rotation_euler.x / 10

it will work as expected, so 90 degrees becomes 9, 180 -> `18' and so on.

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    $\begingroup$ That got it, thank you! $\endgroup$ Jan 24 '20 at 13:52

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