I have released the first working version of a separate (from the examples) Vulkan physical based rendering example that uses the glTF 2.0 model file format.
The repository can be found at https://github.com/SaschaWillems/Vulkan-glTF-PBR.
glTF is a royalty free format specification by the Khronos Group and is a new format for 3D models gaining lots of traction. With version 2.0 it also added several PBR extensions and definitions.
I decided to make this a stand-alone project instead of “just” another example in my Vulkan C++ example repository to make it easier getting into the code. While lots of people seem to learn from my examples they contain a lot of abstraction, and for this example I wanted the code to be very readable and verbose on purpose so those interested in doing PBR with Vulkan and glTF 2.0 get a closer look at the actual code without that much abstraction as was the case for my examples.
So while it still contains a few base classes from my examples, these have been stripped down (e.g. no more initializers) and the main class is pretty verbose and doesn’t do much Vulkan abstraction. I hope this makes it easier to actually get into the relevant Vulkan parts.