TieCam
TieCam
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TieCam free download for Mac

TieCam for Mac2.0

25 June 2018

Tie the perfect tie knot using your computer video camera.

What is TieCam for Mac

Using the camera of your computer, TieCam(former 'TieSight') makes it really easy to tie a tie. With TieSight you can see directly in your reflection how to tie the perfect tie knot. All you have to do is to bring yourself into the right position and follow the instruction which TieSight will give you.

TieSight includes ten different knot types you can choose from:
  • Windsor
  • Half Windsor
  • Pratt
  • Four in Hand
  • Small Knot
  • Cavendish
  • Balthus
  • Victoria
  • Plattsburgh
  • Saint Andrew

    For each knot type TieSight will show you a sequence of sub-steps which you have to imitate in your reflection. There are three different ways for you to control when the next sub-step is displayed:
    • Control TieSight by noise recognition in order to have both hands free while tying the knot. If you are ready for the next sub-step, then just make a noise (e.g. a loud word, cough or whistle) and TieSight will proceed.
    • Select timer control and TieSight will use a countdown for each sub-step. You can configure the length of the countdown depending on your skills
    • Select manual control if you want to use your trackpad, mouse or the arrow keys to control the sequence of the sub-steps

What's new in TieCam

Version 2.0:
  • The app now uses face detection to automatically align the tie to your neck.
  • New app name and icon
  • Bug fixes and improvements
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hwgray
hwgray
Dec 29 2013
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IMO, the developer deserves five stars just for deciding to write this very handy gadget! OTOH, I don't agrees with the statement the Windsor knot is difficult to tie. I learned it from a diagram in the Dallas Morning News when I was eleven, back in 1948. and I've used it ever since. However this doodad has motivated me to try out a couple other styles.