Deep Dreamer
Deep Dreamer
1.0

5.0

Deep Dreamer free download for Mac

Deep Dreamer

1.0
05 December 2015

Generative art created with Google's Deepdream engine.

Overview

Deep Dreamer is the easiest way to process images and video with Google’s amazing Deepdream engine. Give it a photo, and watch as horizons get filled with towers and pagodas. Rocks and trees turn into buildings. Birds, dogs, and insects (AKA puppyslugs) start to appear from out of nowhere.

Deep Dreamer takes your deep dreams to the next level with animated creations. Take a clip from your favourite movie, or any QuickTime movie file, and process it to reveal the shapes and objects hiding within it. Process a still photo and as Deep Dreamer interprets your image it’ll generate an animated GIF of the process.

Features
  • Create stunning pieces of art
  • Process images and movies
  • Customise every aspect of your dreams
  • Share with Twitter, Facebook, and more
  • Go beyond simple processing, with multiple dreams for your media
  • Build animated dreams and export as GIF or QuickTime Movie

Create stunningly beautiful images or terrifying nightmare visions - the choice is yours!

What's new in Deep Dreamer

Version 1.0:
  • Initial release

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3 Deep Dreamer Reviews

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Detlevski
24 July 2015

Most helpful

One license, one computer: WTF!
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Version 1.0
regretela
31 July 2015
I hope they make it compatible with Mavericks, as I cannot run Yosemite on this computer, due to hardware issues.
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Version 1.0
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fayskelley
fayskelley
05 August 2016
I'm on Mavericks as well. Hope so. There are so many digital photography enhancement apps for iPad and not much for Mac computers on Mavericks.
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Bort1611
26 July 2015
Weird and very very slow. Might work better as a screensaver…?
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Version 1.0
Detlevski
24 July 2015
One license, one computer: WTF!
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Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Ulyssesric
Ulyssesric
26 July 2015
That's what shareware used to be before App Store.
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F451
F451
27 July 2015
@Ulyssesric,

That's not necessarily true as the developer sets the parameters on how their software is licensed. And, the App Store has caused just as many ills as it has solved. Given a choice—I always opt for software direct from the developer versus the App Store.
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$24.99

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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