While this is a pretty weird effect of the company tinkering with neuronal networks, its of course only a side-product of their AI-research. But it kind of shows you where the direction is going at and how powerful that stuff already is. Just as humans can recognize a few dots and lines organized in a certain way as a "face" (like at the end of the paragraph above), they are teaching their machines to do the same: recognize and interpret patterns.
If nothing else, it tells us at least a bit about how the human mind works. How it recognizes things like faces faces and what exactly happens when this pattern-interpreting runs a bit out of control (like when dreaming or hallucinating).
This time I added also some brief description under the original files. So you get some background information to the photo, but without distracting you from the impression the modified (or "weirdified") picture.
Ok, enough rambling and theorizing lets get you some creeps!
|This landscape shot was taken at SL12B. Its actually a 32x32 parcel!|
|One of the buildings at the Elven Village at Dark Wishes.|
|A ruin at Dark Wishes.|
|Prof. Wickentower's clank-workers in his old airship workshop|
|A - already - pretty crazy art-installation at SL12B.|
|My Dream Generator, already the name is simply suiting.|
|The DJ Stage at SL12B|
|Tessie, the mascot of Tesla Island, home of Unzipped.|
|No, I was not hunting that dinosaur. Its just sleeping!|
|New Babbage at sunset.|