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Galaxy Brain Meme


Galaxy Brain, also known as Expanding Brain, is a multi-panel exploitable image series comparing the brain size of a person relative to other variables. Though the expanding brain is usually implied to showcase intellectual superiority over various objects, it is more often used in an ironic sense to imply the opposite, where objects of derision are implied to be of higher standard than objects that are usually highly regarded. For example, when used with Whomst, a person who uses "who" will be shown with the smallest brain, while a person who uses the most ridiculous variation, i.e. "whomst'd've", will be shown with the largest brain.


This meme originated as part of the "Whomst" meme where the left column was derivations of the word "Who" were paired with increasingly elaborate pictures of brains depending on how intense the "who" variation was. One of the most popular early examples was posted to /r/dankmemes on Reddit on January 31st, 2017 by janskishimanski in a post that gained nearly 1,200 upvotes.

Original Expanding Brain Meme about Whomst


As "whomst" variations on the Expanding Brain template grew more elaborate, other subjects were applied to Expanding Brain, such as video games and politics. Expanding Brain variations continued appearing on /r/dankmemes and /r/MemeEconomy throughout the month of February.

Expanding Brain Meme about using Harry Potter or Star Wars for political comparisons as opposed to Transformersexpanding brain meme about OverwatchExpanding brain memes about different hoodies

A video version of the meme posted by user BagelBoy in February 2017 gained over 2.1 million views (shown below).

The meme was covered by media outlets including PopSugar, New York Magazine, Mic, and others.

Similar Memes

The template of the Expanding Brain meme has been used with various other characters.

Vince McMahon Reaction

While the Vince McMahon Reaction existed as a video and GIF meme prior to its use as an Expanding Brain meme, the clips of McMahon were used in the Expanding Brain template after that meme got popular.

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Motion Blurred Astronaut

Motion Blurred Astronaut refers to three images of an astronaut in a photography textbook taken to demonstrate the effect shutter speed can have on motion-blur. It began being used in memes in April 2017 due to its aesthetic similarity to other popular memes of the time which use motion-blur and distortion effects.

On April 2nd, 2017, Tumblr user the-captains-on-shore-leave uploaded a picture of a photography textbook demonstrating the effects shutter speed has on motion blur by showing three different pictures of an astronaut. They captioned the post, shown below, "i can’t stop laughing like i know it’s supposed to be educating me on shutter speed but it just looks like a fucking meme." The post has gained over 35,000 notes as of April 11th.

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Various Examples
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Drake Sprite Commercial Remix

In 2010, Sprite released a commercial featuring rapperDrake, drinking a Sprite while recording and exploding (shown below).

Eight years later, a series of Expanding Brain memes featuring three respective stages of Drake's explosion. On June 23rd, 2018, Instagram account @SonnySideUp posted a Tanking the Bus Driver edition of the meme, garnering 43,600 likes within the first 90 days. Two days later, it was shared on Reddit. Shortly after, more users began using the format (examples below, center / right).

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Expanding Brain Face Filter

When we first discovered Instagram face filters, we were somewhat late to the party, but that didn’t curb our sky-rocketing fascination and enthusiasm. After the obvious “puking type” and “mapping cucumbers onto our eyes” experiments, new ideas for filters kept flooding in, and with each new concept, it seemed that another, even better one was just around the corner.

To launch our Dinamo face filter series, we transformed the ubiquitous expanding brain meme into an AR face filter. In the original meme—which many will remember began circulating on Reddit in 2017—a sequence of four images depicts various brain sizes, communicating the idea of expanding mental enlightenment. The expanding brain usually implies intellectual superiority, but in meme form, it often suggests the very opposite.

For our face filter, we modelled an entire 3D character and its expanding brain, which maps onto an Instagram user’s upper body and face. The user can then control how quickly their brain expands by tapping or holding their finger to the screen. Below, our face filter collaborator and developer Moritz Tontsch explains the process behind making Expanding Brain.

Moritz Tontsch on Developing the Expanding Brain Face Filter

Face filters add a virtual layer on top of a camera’s filmed input. With face tracking technology, it’s possible to track facial features in front of a camera and to simulate a 3D scene. This enables the possibility of virtually extending the physical body using 3D elements, images, and visual effects—and it allows you to alienate the face from its natural form.

In this project, we tried to translate the expanding brain meme into a face filter while also creating a fun and shareable experience. We wanted the filter to be conceptually and graphically as close as possible to the original meme. We did make some small changes though, in order to enhance the usability of the filter. For example, we adjusted the first step, where the original meme displays a skeleton; for our filter, we use the user’s face as the first step, with the brain expanding out from there.

The expanding brain meme displays the human body in an abstracted form, without any personal facial features. Its body can be distinguished as biologically male, as its body shows features commonly associated with the male sex. Our face filter needed to be inclusive of a range of genders, so a 3D model with more androgynous facial features was chosen. The style of the body was created by using the camera input as an environment texture, and taking this into a ‘glass shader.’ The white glow in the last phase is created in the same way.

The meme’s background is relatively plain and monotone in color. For the face filter, we integrated these colors—as well as the abstract human model—with the camera input, in order to make the filter more in sync with the situation being captured. In the first step, the physical world is completely visible. The augmented, virtual world dominates the scene as the brain expansion climaxes in the last steps of the filter—by the end, the real environment is no longer visible.

The different states depicted in the expanding brain memes were translated into different steps for the filter, which animate and swell together when the screen is tapped. The different animations were built with a system of patch groups, which allow the animated scales, color, and transparency values of the rendered model to seamlessly transition. The abstract model, which the user eventually ‘transforms’ into, was prepared and rigged in Blender. The implementation, scene building, and interaction of the face filter was done in Spark AR Studio.


Original meme: janskishimanski (supposedly)
Face Filter Concept: Dinamo
Development: Moritz Tontsch

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