This post will guide you to create your own deepdream on Twitter: and yes, it’s as easy as tweeting a picture to @DeepDreamThis. Deep dreams have flooded the Internet. I mean, literally flooded the Internet. Behind this bizarre filter lies one of the most advanced neural network developed by Google Research. There are several services online dedicated to the creation of deep dreams, but most of them have unreasonable waiting times (hours or days) and lack customisation options.
The fastest way to generate your deep dreams on Twitter is simply twitting a picture to @DeepDreamThis: in a matter of seconds or minutes it’ll reply to you!
— Deep Dream This (@DeepDreamThis) July 11, 2015
@DeepDreamThis has a vaste range of customisation options. All you have to do is adding a special parameters to your tweet. You can change style, depth and intensity. If you are unsure, you can use
-random for a truly, random deep dream. You can also use
-gif to generate an animation, and add a text with
-text "This is my text!".
The style determines the overall look of the deep dream. If you add no style, it will use the standard one which is the most common one. Other styles will highlight different features. You can chose only one style/
Depth somehow determines the scale of the features. If you get it right, everything can look like a dog.
Intensity iterates the dream over and over and over. It is equivalent to dream a dreamt picture again. The longer you dream it, the more bizarre it will be.