A more photon-specific version of the Bloch sphere.

In it, each of the six sides has a clear and simple to understand photon polarization state, either of:

- left/right
- diagonal up/diagonal down
- rotation clockwise/counterclockwise

The sphere clearly suggests for example that a rotational or diagonal polarizations are the combination of left/right with the correct phase. This is clearly explained at: Video 41. ""Quantum Mechanics 9b - Photon Spin and Schrodinger's Cat II" by ViaScience (2013)".

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