What’s missing? The geek factor.
The Mac’s built-in camera (prevalent on MacBooks and iMac) needs, well, a few more bells and whistles, and definitely something to make it work better in low light situations. Enter the famed iGlasses app, an add on tool made specifically for the Mac’s iSight camera. What it does is nothing short of a digital miracle, making the Mac’s camera even better.
Right up front your camera gene is massaged with iGlasses’ famed presets and effects and adjustments. Adjustments?
iGlasses delivers unto thee control over brightness, white balance, saturation and contrast and many other options not found in most apps that display the Mac’s built-in camera.
Effects? We got effects. All kinds and in big numbers (over 50).
iGlasses also does digital zoom, mirror, rotate and flip with a click– live, while you watch.
If all those bells and whistles are not enough, consider the single most valuable option in iGlasses. The presets.
This drop down menu gives you preset functions which can enhance the camera in low light situations. That alone is worth the nominal price of admission.
iGlasses does more, though. It works in FaceTime, iChat/iMessages, Photo Booth, Skype, Google Chat, QuickTime Player, and most other apps which access the Mac’s built-in iSight camera.
Someone please tell me why Apple doesn’t put easy access controls like those in iGlasses on every Mac with a camera? Regardless, iGlasses works so well it’s easy to recommend.