Allan Li from http://nxmix.com/ has created a project codename Mooncake, which can pull photos from flickr or other sites and creates Deep Zoom tile sets from it. (Thanks to Felix Wang for correcting me)
After following the simple steps, it generates code which can be embed in ones blog or sites to display the Deep Zoom tile sets. You can try it at http://mooncake.nxmix.com/
Its still in beta. You can also signup for the same at http://beta.redmooncake.net/
Here are the steps screenshots:
Enter the flickr name, it has support for SmugMug also,
So it will display all the photos from that flickr stream, you choose which one to include and press ‘Next’
It will generate Deep Zoom photos……..
…and provides the code which can be used to embed it in blog as I have done it here. It provides different effects for the photos. Here I have just shown some birds photos, one can try with some high resolution photos to see the full impact of Deep Zoom.
This is what it looks like :I just changed the dimesnsion to fit in my blog, (source:Autogenerating collections from flickr streams!)