Some unity classes like Quaternion and Configurable joint have some properties that are described as "angles" - such as Quaternion.ToAngleAxis() returning an angle-axis representation of the quaternion, or Rigidbody having "angularVelocity", or a configurable joint having a "targetAngularVelocity". For all of these items, and perhaps others, it is not documented anywhere whether these values are measured in degrees or radians. I'd think whether degrees or radians are used isn't a trivial detail. From some quick tests, it appears that degrees and radians are used interchangeably, at random. Quaternion.Angle() returns a result in degrees (it is documented as such) whereas Quaternion.ToAngleAxis() -seems to- use radians. Vector3, Quaternion, and Mathf all deal with angles at some point and I still haven't figured out the pattern as to where degrees or radians are used. AFAIK, everything in Mathf uses radians. I'd like this forum post to be a reference for future developers who encounter this problem. (And yes, I've searched for a similar post with not much luck.) The members listed below use Degrees as their unit for measuring angles: Quaternion.ToAngleAxis() CharacterJoint.highTwistLimit CharacterJoint.lowTwistLimit CharacterJoint.swing1Limit CharacterJoint.swing2Limit ConfigurableJoint.highAngularXLimit ConfigurableJoint.lowAngularXLimit ConfigurableJoint.angularYLimit ConfigurableJoint.angularZLimit The following angular velocities are measured in Radians per Second: ConfigurableJoint.targetAngularVelocity Physics.maxAngularVelocity Physics.sleepAngularVelocity Rigidbody.angularVelocity Rigidbody.maxAngularVelocity Rigidbody.sleepAngularVelocity I have not yet determined the units used for these properties: ConfigurableJoint.projectionAngle- presumably Degrees Below I've listed Gotchas related to radians or degrees being used: Quaternion.RotateTowards() uses degrees for the maximum angular delta, whereas Vector3.RotateTowards() uses radians. HingeJoint.velocity is measured in degrees per second, whereas all other joints use radians per second.