ionEngine is an open source 3D application framework created by Ian Dunn.
It is modular and generic, designed for use in both game engines and scientific data visualization
The primary goal of ionEngine is to improve the DX (Developer Experience) of writing graphics programs, from small education examples to full production game engines.
See below to learn more.
ionEngine is built using C++14 (C++17 coming soon!) and modern OpenGL practices for simple and direct cross-system compatibility and optimal performance. It provides features through a large number of optional modules so that only the necessary components need to be included in a project.
Features included in ionEngine or additional modules are:
Component-entity based scene graph which is renderer-agnostic to maximimze extendability
Forward and deferred lighting systems implemented using OpenGL
Bloom, SSAO, depth-of-field, and other post-processing effects
The best place to learn more about how the engine works and how to get started, see the documentation:Documentation
To learn more about the current status of the engine and what is to come, see the release schedule:Release Schedule