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3D to Photo

Generate Stable Diffusion scenes around 3D models
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What is 3D to Photo?

It is an open-source package that combines threeJS and Stable diffusion to build a virtual photo studio for product photography. Load a 3D model into the browser and virtual shoot it in any kind of scene you can imagine.
3D to Photo is a tool in the Large Language Model Tools category of a tech stack.
3D to Photo is an open source tool with 423 GitHub stars and 28 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to 3D to Photo's open source repository on GitHub

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3D to Photo's Features

  • Create product lifestyle photos in any backdrop you can imagine, without a physical photoshoot
  • Generate synthetic images of an item in a variety of scenes. Useful when training object detection models
  • Upload your game assets and generate level art around it to previsualize scenes

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