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The visitor sees a rotating image. However, they are really seeing single slices of images being refreshed at the next yaw (moving left or right) angle.
decmil 1 or point 1 means 1/10th of a degree each step moving from left to right.. all the time the image is being refreshed at about 30 frames per second
2/10ths of 1 degree rotation means that the rotation is moved .2 or greater distance before refreshing at about 30 frames per second. So .2 is going to rotate faster than .1
Screen refresh speed will depend somewhat on your cpu or video card gpu speed. Some computers have faster graphics card gpu's. If follows that the parameter of .1 will vary in actual rotation speeds.
When the rotation stops... the screen refresh is slowed. You may view the actual cpu performance by looking at the Windows Task Manager performance window.. When rotating.. the cpu usage history jumps to about 99 to 100%. When the image rotation is stopped.. the usage drops to around 15%. The cpu is cycling the image refresh during rotation.
Hope that helps
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