This is a video of Google Brain‘s Deep Dream computer vision as it attempts to recognize shapes within the input video. The output video (shown) is really quite interesting to watch. If you want to know how Deep Dream do what it do, click here for a general overview on how it works; very fascinating.
This video can also be found here.
A journey through all the layers of an artificial neural network.
This video is made using a visualization technique applied to a neural network trained to recognize a broad range of images. Each frame is recursively fed back to the network starting with a frame of random noise. Every 100 frames (4 seconds) the next layer is targeted until the lowest layer is reached.
Based on the work by Google researchers Alexander Mordvintsev, Christopher Olah and Mike Tyka. See googleresearch.blogspot.it/2015/07/deepdream-code-example-for-visualizing.html for more information.”
~Johan Nordberg, original video creator.
Original video by Johan Nordberg here. https://vimeo.com/132700334
special thanks to Ektoplazm for inspiration
Music: Journey on the Sunset by Sam’adhi on the Low Tide VA