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Unit quaternions are a powerful way to represent rotations within computer graphics and physics applications. Unfortunately, the mathematical complexity of quaternions seems to discourage some practitioners from any attempts at understanding them. This document provides an alternate approach to the presentation of quaternions, one that is based solely on concepts from trigonometry and linear algebra.
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