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On the Wolfram|Alpha website, I type quaternion(1,1,1,1) into the search field. Wolfram|Alpha shows a 3D transformation of the quaternion values representing the orientation of an object.
I have 9 more quaternion values other than quaternion(1,1,1,1).
I would like to ask how can I visualize the 3D transformation of the remaining 9 quaternion values, but without using the Wolfram|Alpha website and opening 9 more tabs and keying in the additional values into search fields.
I hope, rather, to write a Mathematica program to demonstrate rotation according to my 10 quaternion values. Every rotation will take 1 second, so in total the demonstration will take 10 seconds for all 10 rotations.
Can anyone help me how I can write the code for my proposed demonstration?