A personal graphics engine for experimenting with OpenGL/DirectX/OpenVR.
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README.md

DrewGraphics

This repo contains a personal graphics engine and projects built using the engine. The purpose of this engine is to serve as a sandbox while I learn graphics techniques. It's absolutely not intended for any sort of production use.

It originally started as a purely OpenGL engine while I followed this website's guides. As I took a DirectX course at my university, I added in DirectX 11 as an optional graphics API.

Organization

There are three main projects in their respective subdirectories.

Engine is the core engine, compiled to a library.

Experiments is a set of scenes (think Unity scenes) which are essentially mini-projects. Scenes are chosen during runtime by passing in the scene name as the launch argument, or typing it into standard input.

Some scenes have a VR variant (designated by the -vr suffix). These scenes rely on an OpenVR-supported headset being connected.

CaVR is a simple proof-of-concept VR game I'm developing with the engine. In it, a small spaceship attached to one of the VR controllers has to navigate an infinite and ever-shrinking cave while collecting fuel cells and avoiding collision with the walls.

Getting started

The first thing you need to do is checkout the submodules:

$ git submodule update --init

Building

Windows

Open the DrewGraphics.sln project, then build and run.

There are four configurations:

Configuration Description
D_GL OpenGL Debug
R_GL OpenGL Release
D_DX DirectX 11 Debug
R_DX DirectX 11 Release

macOS

To build using CMake, create a new folder (e.g. build), go into that folder, run cmake on the project directory, then make the resulting makefile. Do this from the top-most directory. For example:

$ mkdir build
$ cd build
$ cmake ..
$ make
$ ./Experiments/Experiments