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 Mar30 comment Is the multiplication result of two non-equal unit-length quaternions perpendicular to both operands? @Max: Thanks for reply, but I've decided to read through "visualizing quaternions" after all. The formula you mentioned makes things a bit easier to understand, but I guess it will still take some time until it "clicks" and I get complete understanding. I wish there were an easy geometric representation of quaternion multiplication. (in 3D cross product, dot product, addition and subtraction have an easy geometric explanation) Mar30 awarded Scholar Mar30 accepted Is the multiplication result of two non-equal unit-length quaternions perpendicular to both operands? Mar30 awarded Supporter Mar29 awarded Editor Mar29 revised Is the multiplication result of two non-equal unit-length quaternions perpendicular to both operands? added 54 characters in body; edited title Mar29 comment Is the multiplication result of two non-equal unit-length quaternions perpendicular to both operands? @Max I'm looking for analogies between 4d quaternion multiplication and 3d space's vector cross product. In 3d cross product between v and v or v and -v also won't give you perpendicular vector. Purely imaginary quaternions is not what I'm looking for. Mar29 asked Is the multiplication result of two non-equal unit-length quaternions perpendicular to both operands?