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BerfScene: Bev-conditioned Equivariant Radiance Fields for Infinite 3D Scene Generation

Qihang Zhang · Yinghao Xu · Yujun Shen · Bo Dai · Bolei Zhou · Ceyuan Yang

Arch 4A-E Poster #198
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Wed 19 Jun 5 p.m. PDT — 6:30 p.m. PDT


Generating large-scale 3D scenes cannot simply apply existing 3D object synthesis technique since 3D scenes usually hold complex spatial configurations and consist of a number of objects at varying scales. We thus propose a practical and efficient 3D representation that incorporates an equivariant radiance field with the guidance of a bird's-eye view (BEV) map. Concretely, objects of synthesized 3D scenes could be easily manipulated through steering the corresponding BEV maps. Moreover, by adequately incorporating positional encoding and low-pass filters into the generator, the representation becomes equivariant to the given BEV map. Such equivariance allows us to produce large-scale, even infinite-scale, 3D scenes via synthesizing local scenes and then stitching them with smooth consistency. Extensive experiments on 3D scene datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach. Code and models will be made publicly available.

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