adampi

Maintainer: pollinations

Total Score

5

Last updated 6/21/2024
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Model overview

The adampi model, developed by the team at Pollinations, is a powerful AI tool that can create 3D photos from single in-the-wild 2D images. This model is based on the Adaptive Multiplane Images (AdaMPI) technique, which was recently published in the SIGGRAPH 2022 paper "Single-View View Synthesis in the Wild with Learned Adaptive Multiplane Images". The adampi model is capable of handling diverse scene layouts and producing high-quality 3D content from a single input image.

Model inputs and outputs

The adampi model takes a single 2D image as input and generates a 3D photo as output. This allows users to transform ordinary 2D photos into immersive 3D experiences, adding depth and perspective to the original image.

Inputs

  • Image: A 2D image in standard image format (e.g. JPEG, PNG)

Outputs

  • 3D Photo: A 3D representation of the input image, which can be viewed and interacted with from different perspectives.

Capabilities

The adampi model is designed to tackle the challenge of synthesizing novel views for in-the-wild photographs, where scenes can have complex 3D geometry. By leveraging the Adaptive Multiplane Images (AdaMPI) representation, the model is able to adjust the initial plane positions and predict depth-aware color and density for each plane, allowing it to produce high-quality 3D content from a single input image.

What can I use it for?

The adampi model can be used to create immersive 3D experiences from ordinary 2D photos, opening up new possibilities for photographers, content creators, and virtual reality applications. For example, you could use the model to transform family photos, travel snapshots, or artwork into 3D scenes that can be viewed and explored from different angles. This could enhance the viewing experience, add depth and perspective, and even enable new creative possibilities.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of the adampi model is its ability to handle diverse scene layouts in the wild. Try experimenting with a variety of input images, from landscapes and cityscapes to portraits and still lifes, and see how the model adapts to the different scene geometries. You could also explore the depth-aware color and density predictions, and how they contribute to the final 3D output.



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