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Hi all, BabylonJS is great. I have a question, maybe someone here can help : Is it possible with the current API (BJ2.5 ou 3) to write directly to the ArrayBuffer used to upload data to the video card? In my program, I would like to generate and update a dynamic mesh and I need it to happen as fast as possible (no freezing, eventually might have to be done in a web worker). In fact, quite often actually, I need to update muliple meshes at once within a frame. I'm worried about the overhead of updating a JS array that, I'm guessing, is copied into an ArrayBuffer to feed to webgl. Can I bypass the JS data format? I would like to "lock" the buffer and write to it. Am I overworrying? I think not.