Pretty much like this example, but I want to read a .glb file, not a .gltf file, because it’s a model with textures and materials. Is there a way to have a .glb string and have babylonjs instantiate a model from it? Or is there a way to use a normal .gltf but with the external textures and materials embedded in the string as well?
You could use base64 for glb
I have a Question:
Can I copy base64 string to txt file or html file and read it from “data:base64,/string.txt”?
Thank very much
Not sure why you would use a data URL if the data you are loading is already in a file, in that case you can probably just load the file directly. Can you explain what you’re trying to do a bit more?