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Enhancing 3D Fidelity of Text-to-3D using Cross-View Correspondences

Seungwook Kim · Kejie Li · Xueqing Deng · Yichun Shi · Minsu Cho · Peng Wang

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Thu 20 Jun 10:30 a.m. PDT — noon PDT


Leveraging multi-view diffusion models as priors for 3D optimization have alleviated the problem of 3D consistency, e.g., the Janus face problem or the content drift problem, in zero-shot text-to-3D models.However, the 3D geometric fidelity of the output remains an unresolved issue; albeit the rendered 2D views are realistic, the underlying geometry may contain errors such as unreasonable concavities.In this work, we propose CorrespondentDream, an effective method to leverage annotation-free, cross-view correspondences yielded from the diffusion U-Net to provide additional 3D prior to the NeRF optimization process.We find that these correspondences are strongly consistent with human perception, and by adopting it in our loss design, we are able to produce NeRF models with geometries that are more coherent with common sense, e.g., more smoothed object surface, yielding higher 3D fidelity.We demonstrate the efficacy of our approach through various comparative qualitative results and a solid user study.

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