### HTML Encoding and Default Values⤴

```
<OrientationInterpolator
buffer='""'
duration='"1"'
interpolation='"LINEAR"'
key='[]'
keyValue='[]'
metadata='X3DMetadataObject'
set_fraction='0'
></OrientationInterpolator>
```

### Fields⤴

These are the X3D / X3DOM fields of this node. Values should usually be received / set as strings via
DOM functions (i.e., using

`setAttribute("myFieldName", "myFieldValue")`

and
`getAttribute("myFieldName")`

).
Name | Type | Default Value | Range | Inheritance | Standard | Description |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

buffer | SFString | "" | X3DInterpolatorNode | The url to the binary file, that contains the buffer data. | ||

duration | SFString | "1" | X3DInterpolatorNode | Specifies the duration | ||

interpolation | SFString | "LINEAR" | X3DInterpolatorNode | Contains the interpolation method | ||

key | MFFloat | [] | X3DInterpolatorNode | The key field contains the list of key times, the keyValue field contains values for the target field, one complete set of values for each key. Interpolator nodes containing no keys in the key field shall not produce any events. However, an input event that replaces an empty key field with one that contains keys will cause the interpolator node to produce events the next time that a set_fraction event is received. | ||

keyValue | MFRotation | [] | Defines the set of data points, that are used for interpolation. If two consecutive keyValue values exist such that the arc length between them is greater than π, the interpolation will take place on the arc complement. For example, the interpolation between the orientations (0, 1, 0, 0) and (0, 1, 0, 5.0) is equivalent to the rotation between the orientations (0, 1, 0, 2π) and (0, 1, 0, 5.0). | |||

metadata | SFNode | X3DMetadataObject | Core/X3DNode | Field to add metadata information | ||

set_fraction | SFFloat | 0 | X3DInterpolatorNode | The set_fraction inputOnly field receives an SFFloat event and causes the interpolator node function to evaluate, resulting in a value_changed output event of the specified type with the same timestamp as the set_fraction event. |