Vulkan bindings for Rust
I would not recommend vulkano, I would recommend ash, most serious projects that are targeting only vulkan (ie not using gfx-hal), use ash. Vulkano makes some odd decisions and their build process is a pain, if it works in c++, you might not be able to get it to work in Vulkano. Ash has the same exact dependencies you would need in a C++ rust project (ie just the vulkan sdk on windows), and most low level conversion stuff to rust (enums) is already done.
Open-Source Vulkan C++ API
How about Vulkan-Hpp? It's the official Khronos C++ wrapper around the Vulkan API, with lots of nice features to make using the API easier. I recommend reading their entire README to understand all the advantages of using it.
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Examples for the Magnum C++11 graphics engine
While the Vulkan wrapper layer isn't that well documented or advertised yet (to Magnum standards at least), there's a Vulkan Triangle example making use of the basic bits to get you an idea how it might feel like. Apart from that:
Lightweight and modular C++11 graphics middleware for games and data visualization
(Sorry for a self-promo, hope that's fine.) If you don't mind being an early adopter and use something that's still undergoing heavy development and is not complete yet, I'm building a low-level Vulkan wrapper in Magnum. If you aren't familiar with Magnum yet, it's a C++11 library that has (among other things) a thin OpenGL/GLES/WebGL wrapper that removes the platform-specific extension hell and most of the boilerplate while still allowing you to work with the raw APIs if you need ... and the same is now being done for Vulkan.
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