swMATH ID: 42751
Software Authors: Olivia Wiles, Georgia Gkioxari, Richard Szeliski, Justin Johnson
Description: SynSin: End-to-end View Synthesis from a Single Image. Single image view synthesis allows for the generation of new views of a scene given a single input image. This is challenging, as it requires comprehensively understanding the 3D scene from a single image. As a result, current methods typically use multiple images, train on ground-truth depth, or are limited to synthetic data. We propose a novel end-to-end model for this task; it is trained on real images without any ground-truth 3D information. To this end, we introduce a novel differentiable point cloud renderer that is used to transform a latent 3D point cloud of features into the target view. The projected features are decoded by our refinement network to inpaint missing regions and generate a realistic output image. The 3D component inside of our generative model allows for interpretable manipulation of the latent feature space at test time, e.g. we can animate trajectories from a single image. Unlike prior work, we can generate high resolution images and generalise to other input resolutions. We outperform baselines and prior work on the Matterport, Replica, and RealEstate10K datasets.
Homepage: https://arxiv.org/abs/1912.08804
Source Code:  https://github.com/facebookresearch/synsin
Dependencies: Python
Related Software: ImageNet; PointNet; SinGAN; Pixel2Mesh; PIFu; PyTorch; DeepSDF; DensePose; ShapeNet; SMPL; Adam; NeRF; TensorFlow; LSUN; MNIST; CamNet; MVSNet; Fashion-MNIST; Make3D; PIFuHD
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