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I've been wondering how it might be possible, given two meshes, to find mutations that transition smoothly from one to the other. If both meshes are placed in relation to the same zero point on the X, Y, and Z axes, then it seems to me it would be possible to draw a line from the zero point to any vertex in one mesh, and then to find the closest line that goes from the zero point to a vertex in the other mesh. That vertex in the second mesh would serve as the target for the vertex in the first mesh, and this process of finding a 'twin' vertex would be carried out for all vertices. Would this be possible?