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Quake, Ran Through Google's Deep Dream

Illustration for article titled iQuake/i, Ran Through Googles Deep Dream

Overlaying screenshots and photos with Google’s “Deep Dream” algorithm is now something everyone’s abusing and one perfect choice from the world of video games is the original Quake. The game’s dark, haunting, full of crazy textures and this process just adds an extra level of trippiness to it.

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Quake came out in 1996 when 3dfx Voodoo cards ruled the market and these shots - made by Spirit on Quake’s Facebook - really look like someone ran the game with one of those cards but messed up everything in the setup.

Illustration for article titled iQuake/i, Ran Through Googles Deep Dream
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Illustration for article titled iQuake/i, Ran Through Googles Deep Dream

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It just looks like Quake software rendering.