(Inherits from bot part)
Used to create rotatable junctions.
|>angle||Sets the angle of the motor||decimal|
|>velocity||Sets the speed of a constant rotation||decimal|
|<angle||Gets the actual angle||decimal|
Motors behave similarly to elbows, the key difference being their unrestricted movement, or with other words, to rotate continuously through a full 360 degrees.
If no >angle or >velocity is set, the motor will move freely.
Setting an >angle will cause the motor to try and bend to an absolute angle from -180 degrees to +180 degrees.
However, motors appear to operate on an internal controller to reach a set >angle. In earlier releases, that control may not provide enough torque to rotate under heavier loads. In this case, an external controller has been a good solution to modify the >angle value until the effective <angle reached the desired one.
Setting >velocity will cause the motor to try and rotate at the given value in degrees per second.
The motor can also be used to measure angles by reading <angle.