Hi - thought I'd take a look in here - doesn't look like much changed in the past 4-5 months - no updates or releases....
I can run this in regular CPU mode, but its very slow and CPU Fast is a CPU hog for sure, as you noted. GPU support literally will accelerate this by many orders of magnitude.
Have there been any advances, updates, etc. or is this thing just dead in the water when it comes to more robust GPU support?
As an FYI: Here are some notes from about 10 months ago when it comes to compiling googles code and caffe to ensure support for CUDA with NVIDIA cards is enabled:
Also for reference, to enable NVIDIA based CUDA support with Pycaffe - which is what I believe Deep Dreamer to be utilizing - there are some explicit instructions that may help (found on the Caffe site for getting things up and running under a Docker container) - specifically see the sections on Pycaffe and cuDNN Caffe with cudnn support - that may help solve the issue we are seeing: http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/installation.html
There is also a note about CUDA compute capability at the very bottom in hardware where they have basically tested only for cards with a 3.0 or greater score. My GTX 680 scores a 3 easily.
In any case, I hope this app isn't dead - but it sure looks like from the outside it hasnt been getting much love.... Hope I am wrong.