Rotating an object half as much as another
Hi, I am currently playing around with Mitchs vr following the unreal vr cookbook examples. I am trying to make a system similar to cogs and gears in which one rotation of the small wheel will rotate the the big wheel X amount(in this case 50%). i have tried a number of methods and most end up with the big wheel rotating the required amount and snapping back to 0 degrees as the small wheel completes one rotation. Could anyone point me on the right track, Thanks! Thanks everybody for the assistance with this, and pointing me in the right direction Below is the finished graph with the scale reduction in rotation Many Thanks to jaragoondoo, BenVlodgi and others
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The Problem is that you go from 359 degrees for the large rotation. Save the difference between the two angles that are changing, and use that to add to your smaller rotation. Here's a link to the recreated code. BlueprintUE.com/blueprint/uz6fez1c
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I'm doing a similar thing where I try to scale the rotation of one actor based on the rotation of something else.
I ran into the exact issue you describe, and they way around this is to acquire the delta (difference) between the rotations (the rotation of the object in the LAST frame against the CURRENT frame). There is a Delta(Rotator) node you can use to acquire the delta. You can then scale this delta value and apply (add) that to the rotation of your scaled object. (E.g., the delta determines your main object has rotated by 5 degrees since the last frame, you scale this 5 degrees by 0.5 to make it 2.5 degress; you then add this 2.5 degrees onto the other object's rotation).
However, I run into various issues with this method when attempting to scale on multiple axis (because the orientation of an object can be represented by more than one Euler representation), and I imagine it's not possible in Blueprints (will need to make use of C++ quaternion and/or matrix math to do this effectively; I've attempted something with FQuats but don't have anything that works currently).
I know it's not much of an answer, but I hope it helps point you in the right direction. And if you do find a solution that works in UE4 then be sure to post it here because I would like to have a look!