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Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Michael Isner's Quaternion tutorials and insights

More quaternion resources! A fellow colleague pointed me to this site.


In the page Michael shows us how we should approach rotations, and with concise diagrams, how we can visualise what is happening to our objects as we operate on them.

Check it out if you are a geek wannabe, just like me ;)

Quaternion. The magic of the 3-Dimensional space.

So I'm reading up on the concept of quaternions.

Stumbled upon this page by arlab.com entitled
Quaternion The Magic of the 3-Dimensional Space

It's a simple introduction to problems related to rotations in 3D spaces and why quaternion is an efficient way to deal with this.