Use Dream Generators to Add an Artistic Touch to Your Site
They’re Not New
No doubt, by now you’ve seen weird images like this one of me on Chinese New Year. (No, I hadn’t consumed a bunch of strange mushrooms). Your friends post them on your Facebook and Instagram feeds.
“Old news Grandpa”
Yeah, I know, Dream Generators that turn photos into trippy images like this one have been around for a few years now. While they’re fun, and even a little addictive (you’ve been warned), they can also be useful.
Use them to add an artistic touch to your website. Perhaps you want an artistic profile photo. Use a filter that mimics DaVinci:
Or maybe the something more cartoonish:
Or experiment with your site logo.
Here are some examples of how I was able to tweak the logo for my Hawaii Tour and Activity Site, Tropicus:
Here are links to the tools I used for this post.
Deep Dream Generator – https://deepdreamgenerator.com
Dreamscope – https://dreamscopeapp.com
There are many others, but these are the ones I use. I’m not affiliated in any way with either of them.
BTW – I mention in the video that Dreamscope was processing very slowly on the day I made this video. I’ve used it since with much faster results. It seems the trick is not to use it during their peak hours.