Related to my previous thread.
Imagine two points on the surface of a sphere, and you want to move Point A to Point B. Due to the nature of the problem, a single rotation suffices, as long as the new location of Point A is where Point B previously was. That is, the final orientation of the sphere is irrelevant, as long as that condition is met.
How do I find the rotation axis in order to use Rodrigues' Rotation Formula?
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