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  1. Is it possible to embed a web browser onto the surface of a plane or mesh in a BabylonJS scene?
  2. Hi guys I realise my request is somewhat unusual, but I have a requirement to load base64encoded images to a skybox as the reflectionTexture. I can use base64 image strings quite easily for standard diffuse textures, but I could not find a way to do this for a skybox (which pre-loades 6 images by appending _nx.jpg etc) So the question is: Is there a way I can do this already? If not could it be added to babylon? I would like to have code like skyboxMaterial.reflectionTexture = new BABYLON.CubeTextureFromBase64(textureName, image64px, image64py, image64pz, image64nx, image64ny, image64nz, scene); I managed to work around the problem for now by editing babylon.js and changing the LoadImage function to detect specific pattern in the imagename and load the base64 string diirect as the src when I need it, but this is far from ideal going forward. (I'd happily prototype a function here too, but it's too complicated for me!!) Thanks in advance and keep up the amazing work. Constantly amazed at how cool babylonjs is. Rusty P.S. The reason I need to do this is because we have an offline version of our app the uses the WPF WebBrowser control. This works fine for normal images but created crossite exceptions in angular from babylon. Maybe there is another way to solve my problem, but base64 seemed easy and has solved the standard texture issue.
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