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Infinite Photorealistic Worlds Using Procedural Generation

Alexander Raistrick · Lahav Lipson · Zeyu Ma · Lingjie Mei · Mingzhe Wang · Yiming Zuo · Karhan Kayan · Hongyu Wen · Beining Han · Yihan Wang · Alejandro Newell · Hei Law · Ankit Goyal · Kaiyu Yang · Jia Deng

West Building Exhibit Halls ABC 027


We introduce Infinigen, a procedural generator of photorealistic 3D scenes of the natural world. Infinigen is entirely procedural: every asset, from shape to texture, is generated from scratch via randomized mathematical rules, using no external source and allowing infinite variation and composition. Infinigen offers broad coverage of objects and scenes in the natural world including plants, animals, terrains, and natural phenomena such as fire, cloud, rain, and snow. Infinigen can be used to generate unlimited, diverse training data for a wide range of computer vision tasks including object detection, semantic segmentation, optical flow, and 3D reconstruction. We expect Infinigen to be a useful resource for computer vision research and beyond. Please visit for videos, code and pre-generated data.

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