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iGlasses -- Help the iSight see better in the dark
Authored by: lebowski on Nov 24, '04 10:50:13AM

I still don't understand why apple would impose the minimum requirement of 600mhz G3 to video chat with iChat. I'm running a slot-loading iMac with only 450mhz and so i never bought an iSight because i figured it would be useless. And then i found out about iGlasses last month, and then i did buy an iSight! And it works perfectly fine!!

I know they probably think it encourages people to upgrade their hardware, but honestly, how many people do you know will buy a new mac just so they can use an iSight??

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iGlasses -- Help the iSight see better in the dark
Authored by: corp on Feb 09, '05 12:58:13AM

I just bought a new powerbook, mostly to use iSight. I'm still waiting for the pb, but i tried iglasses with my 500mhz ibook and... it works! Its a bit choppy, but acceptable.



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iGlasses -- Help the iSight see better in the dark
Authored by: makoman on Apr 19, '09 03:44:32PM
I love this app. It's a pretty simple decision. Either it's worth $10 to you or it's not. If you can afford a computer you can afford this app. If you're being cheap about it, then you don't want/need the app that badly, and that's OK too. I don't have blinds on my windows 2 years after moving into my apartment, but I own iGlasses. It's more than a fair price, it's just a matter of priorities. This new version 2 is just fantastic. Zoom and Pan is so missing from Apple iChat. Thanks to developer for getting this feature to work.

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