What happens when the trippiness of Tomorrowland meets the delirium of Deep Dream?
It's going to take a sharper knowledge of computers than my own to explain Google's Deep Dream project. There's a reddit post that attempts to properly explain it here, the reading of which made my brain hurt more than three nights at Tomorrowland ever could. Anyway all we really need to know is you put a picture into deep dream, wait for an undefined amount of hours and then voila, an image is spit back out with distortions, hallucinations and all sorts of weird animal faces plastered all over it.
I've been pretty intrigued by the project since I first stumbled across it a few weeks ago and Tomorrowland presented the ideal opportunity to enhance some already trippy imagery with the maniac musing of cloud computing.
So strap yourself in and come on a demented journey through Tomorrowland as you've never seen it before.
You can listen back to Tomorrowland 2015 in all it's non-mutated glory over on Ministry Radio.
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Written by Matthew Francey
30 Jul 2015
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