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These are the output vectors to which a third vector that lies perpendicular to the plane between Vector 1 and Vector 2 should be calculated. Note that the Cross Product Node’s result also depends on the order in which the vectors are arranged. If an object matrix is calculated, the X direction will result from the crossing of Y and Z. The Y axis direction must then also be used for Vector 1 and the direction of the Z axis for Vector 2.
According to this principle, crossing the Z and X axes will give you the Y axis and crossing the X and Y axes will give you the Z axis.
Note that the Cross Product Node does not standardize the resulting axis. The calculated direction vectors will therefore have a default length of 1.