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The More You See in 2D the More You Perceive in 3D

Xinyang Han · Zelin Gao · Angjoo Kanazawa · Shubham Goel · Yossi Gandelsman

Arch 4A-E Poster #132
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Fri 21 Jun 10:30 a.m. PDT — noon PDT


Humans can infer 3D structure from 2D images of an object based on past experience and improve their 3D understanding as they see more images. Inspired by this behavior, we introduce SAP3D, a system for 3D reconstruction and novel view synthesis from an arbitrary number of unposed images. Given a few unposed images of an object, we adapt a pre-trained view-conditioned diffusion model together with the camera poses of the images via test-time fine-tuning. The adapted diffusion model and the obtained camera poses are then utilized as instance-specific priors for 3D reconstruction and novel view synthesis. We show that as the number of input images increases, the performance of our approach improves, bridging the gap between optimization-based prior-less 3D reconstruction methods and single-image-to-3D diffusion-based methods. We demonstrate our system on real images as well as standard synthetic benchmarks. Our ablation studies confirm that this adaption behavior is key for more accurate 3D understanding.

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