# Quaternion Interpolation weighted values.

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In the image above, this would be the first rotation which is cos(t*theta). What are the values of c1 and c2 which are *weighted values

then what are the values of c1 c2 in the second rotation, cos(1-t)theta?

conditions....(image not to scale)

a = 0 or [1,0,0]

b = 90 or [0,1,0]

p =  45

So final question is what are the values of c1 and c2 with the conditons above? thxn you

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i think that the c1 and c2 are just the quaternion vectors..am i right?

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