DreamFusion: Text-to-3D using 2D DiffusionDownload PDF


22 Sept 2022, 12:40 (modified: 10 Nov 2022, 23:01)ICLR 2023 Conference Blind SubmissionReaders: Everyone
Keywords: diffusion models, score-based generative models, NeRF, neural rendering, 3d synthesis
TL;DR: DeepDream on a pretrained 2D diffusion model enables text-to-3D synthesis
Abstract: Recent breakthroughs in text-to-image synthesis have been driven by diffusion models trained on billions of image-text pairs. Adapting this approach to 3D synthesis would require large-scale datasets of labeled 3D or multiview data and efficient architectures for denoising 3D data, neither of which currently exist. In this work, we circumvent these limitations by using a pretrained 2D text-to-image diffusion model to perform text-to-3D synthesis. We introduce a loss based on probability density distillation that enables the use of a 2D diffusion model as a prior for optimization of a parametric image generator. Using this loss in a DeepDream-like procedure, we optimize a randomly-initialized 3D model (a Neural Radiance Field, or NeRF) via gradient descent such that its 2D renderings from random angles achieve a low loss. The resulting 3D model of the given text can be viewed from any angle, relit by arbitrary illumination, or composited into any 3D environment. Our approach requires no 3D training data and no modifications to the image diffusion model, demonstrating the effectiveness of pretrained image diffusion models as priors.
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