You are always looking for a good image to share on your networks or to use in your creations. However, here you are, and you may not have the time to browse all the online image libraries.
No worries, guys, I’ve got you covered! There’s a site called DDMM that offers a unified search for images from various cool sites, with the option to choose your preferred license (commercial or creative commons).
But it doesn’t stop there. Once you find an image, clicking on it gives you access to alternative images generated by AI based on the original image.
DDMM offers “Expand” images, which are a kind of reverse of the original image. These reverse images are then used to generate new ones using Stable Diffusion.
Or simply variations of it, which may be more or less successful.
Furthermore, if you can’t find the perfect image in regular search results, DDMM allows you to edit or create new prompts, helping you find an image that better suits your needs.
The generated images may not always be visually appealing, but their usefulness depends on your specific purpose. It’s important to note that the concept of an image meta-engine combined with AI image recreation is intriguing, although it raises concerns about potential plagiarism.
Oh, and to save an image created with the AI, there is no dedicated “Download” button. Simply right-click on the image and select “Save” to save it to your device.
If you’re into testing, this is where it’s happening.