I am using a splitter and looking at the outputs provided by yaw, pitch, and roll.
Yaw and Roll count up to 180 degrees, then switch to -180 and count back up to 0.
But pitch is blowing my mind... in a bad way.
Pitch is counting up to 90 degrees, then back down to 0 degrees (making it no longer a one to one function) then continues to count down to -90 degrees, then counts back up to 0.
What could possibly be the advantage of this? How am i supposed to detect the difference between the two instances of the same angles that happen at different points in the object's rotation? Does anyone know what is going on with this output or at least a way I can get a one-to-one interval of values that corresponds to the Pitch? Yaw and Roll is inconvenient how it jumps to -180 but I can at least do some math to change the output into an interval from 0 to 360 degrees. With Pitch... I'm completely unable to do that.
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