I recently made a post detailing how to get Google's Deep Dream up and running on Windows by compiling Caffe and completing a few other steps, but I believe I've simplified the process quite a bit and will share my results with you.
I made a guide and some files that are even easier than this method. Check it out here.
So I finally managed to get Caffe and pycaffe working on Windows with full CUDA acceleration, which means Google’s Deep Dream code can now be run very quickly in Windows. If you don't have an Nvidia CUDA-enabled card, you can still use this method (with a couple of tweaks) to run in Windows, but you'll obviously be missing out on the accelerated computation speeds provided by CUDA.
In this post I’ll go through all the steps necessary to get this up and running from scratch. All of the software used is freely available for download, and I’ll provide links to everything.