DeepDream is AI software developed by Google to identify things it finds in images. Most people know it for the way it turns photos and videos into hallucinatory kaleidoscopic nightmares, in which faces of creatures inexplicably appear in clothing, rocks, clouds, or anything with a pattern or texture.
Alexander Reben made good use of DeepDream in an episode of Bob Ross's The Joy of Painting. My favorite part is where Bob is petting some little animal in his hand. It changes into a different kind of monstrosity with every frame.
In the early days of the web, everyone wanted a .com domain for their site. As a result, all the good ones got snapped up. But .com no longer has the cachet it once did. In fact, many new businesses and individuals are opting for other top-level domain extensions. One of the most memorable is […]
When the SNES launched back in the early 1990s, it changed gaming forever. One of the innovations was a gamepad with four action buttons — something that has remained a constant on controllers ever since. The 8BitDo SN30 Bluetooth Gamepad brings that iconic design up to date, with Bluetooth connectivity and support for multiple platforms. […]
After a long day at work, cooking a meal from scratch can seem like too much trouble. Unfortunately, the alternative is usually something unhealthy. Enter the Mellow Sous Vide Precision Cooker. This compact water bath uses cutting-edge technology to cook meat and veggies at the perfect temperature for exactly the right amount of time. It […]