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bgfx - Cross-platform, graphics API agnostic, "Bring Your Own Engine/Framework" style rendering library

  •    C++

Cross-platform, graphics API agnostic, "Bring Your Own Engine/Framework" style rendering library. http://airmech.com/ AirMech is a free-to-play futuristic action real-time strategy video game developed and published by Carbon Games.

vulkano - Safe and rich Rust wrapper around the Vulkan API

  •    Rust

See also vulkano.rs. Vulkano is a Rust wrapper around the Vulkan graphics API. It follows the Rust philosophy, which is that as long as you don't use unsafe code you shouldn't be able to trigger any undefined behavior. In the case of Vulkan, this means that non-unsafe code should always conform to valid API usage.

awesome-creative-coding - 🎨 Creative Coding: Generative Art, Data visualization, Interaction Design, Resources

  •    HTML

Carefully curated list of awesome creative coding resources primarily for beginners/intermediates. Creative coding is a different discipline than programming systems. The goal is to create something expressive instead of something functional. Interaction design, information visualization and generative art are all different types of creative coding – which has become a household term describing artworks articulated as code.

herebedragons - A basic 3D scene implemented with various engines, frameworks or APIs.

  •    C

Hic sunt dracones. This repository contains multiple implementations of the same 3D scene, using different APIs and frameworks on various platforms. The goal is to provide a comparison between multiple rendering methods. This is inherently biased due to the variety of algorithms used and available CPU/GPU configurations, but can hopefully still provide interesting insights on 3D rendering.

renderdoc - RenderDoc is a stand-alone graphics debugging tool.

  •    C++

RenderDoc is a frame-capture based graphics debugger, currently available for Vulkan, D3D11, D3D12, OpenGL, and OpenGL ES development on Windows 7 - 10, Linux, and Android. It is completely open-source under the MIT license. If you have any questions, suggestions or problems or you can create an issue here on github, email me directly or come into IRC to discuss it.

VulkanTutorial - Tutorial for the Vulkan graphics and compute API

  •    C++

This repository hosts the contents of vulkan-tutorial.com. The website itself is based on daux.io, which supports GitHub flavored Markdown. A few changes were made to daux.io and its themes, which are included in daux.patch and are licensed as MIT. The patch is based on commit d45ccff. Use issues and pull requests to provide feedback related to the website. If you have a problem with your code, then use the comments section in the related chapter to ask a question. Please provide your operating system, graphics card, driver version, source code, expected behaviour and actual behaviour.

VK9 - Direct3D 9 compatibility layer using Vulkan.

  •    C++

Runs Direct3D 9 applications on Windows or Linux (/w Wine) over Vulkan. Please refer to the Github wiki for current state and details about the project.

DiligentEngine - Master repository for Diligent Engine project

  •    C++

Diligent Engine is a lightweight cross-platform abstraction layer between the application and the platform-specific graphics API designed to take advantages of next-generation APIs such as Direct3D12 and Vulkan, while providing support for older platforms via Direct3D11, OpenGL and OpenGLES. Diligent Engine exposes common front-end for all supported platforms and provides interoperability with underlying native API. Shader source code converter allows HLSL shaders to be used on all supported platforms and rendering backends. The engine is intended to be used as a graphics subsystem in a game engine or any other 3D application, and supports integration with Unity. Diligent Engine is distributed under Apache 2.0 license and is free to use. Alternatively, you can get master repository fisrt, and then individually clone all submodules into the engine's root folder.

xrtl - Cross-platform Real-Time Rendering Library

  •    C++

A lightweight framework for writing efficient cross-platform rendering code in modern C++. It abstracts operating system and toolchain concepts to enable quick prototyping and interation of rich interactive applications that run beautifully everywhere. The library is engineered for small code sizes to enable fast loading and low resource usage even within web browsers.Pronounced 'zurtle'.

awesome-metal - A collection of Metal and MetalKit projects and resources


I don't know how to ogranize or name these. This can just be the default catch at the end of the page. Just dump links here if you don't have time to properly place. This all is an experiment in a shared Slack note. Everyone can and should edit to make better.

gfx-memory - Memory management library of gfx_hal

  •    Rust

This crate provides tools to manage GPU memory provided by gfx-hal. The main tool is the MemoryAllocator trait, which can be used to allocate Blocks of memory. The most notable MemoryAllocator implementation is SmartAllocator which can be used as-is. All other allocators in this crate are used internally in SmartAllocator, but are also exposed for users who want to create their own implementations in case SmartAllocator don't satisfy their needs.

godot-motion-blur - A motion blur shader for Godot 3.0

  •    GLSL

This is a camera motion blur shader for Godot. It uses the linear and angular velocity of the camera to calculate a velocity vector per pixel, and then blurs that pixel accordingly. The velocity is automatically calculated from the way the camera moves and rotates, so it works for pretty any kind of camera animation you can think of. It can produce linear blur, angular blur, zooming blur, and any combination of them, depending on the camera's movement. Here's a video of it in action.

godot-particle-dof - Bokeh-esque particle depth of field in Godot 3.0

  •    GLSL

This is a shader for particles to create a bokeh-esque depth of field effect. It works by essentially "precomputing" the various amounts of blur, instead of blurring in real time. Since the particles are radial, we can store only a single row of pixels per blur level, and the shader will distort the UV coordinates to turn it into a circle. This gives us a very compact 512x1024 texture that stores 1024 different blur levels, which can be smoothly interpolated. Here's a video of it in action.