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    Eyewear try-on software

    looking for some software to use with my digital camera and pc. i want to photograph patient in several different frames and play back in a comparison mode. regards

    eyesonfifth@yahoo.com

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    Answer to Eyewear Try-on Software enquiry.

    Dear Sir,

    We distribute the type of the Eyewear Try-on Software you require.
    It's called Virtual Mirror Basic Software solution. It is a simple and effective software combined with a camera (webcam 2MP). It makes seeing, comparing looks side-by-side, zooming in and selling eyeglasses/sunglasses easy.
    http://www.eyecis.com/solutions/eyew...-on-software-2
    The software is downloadable onto your computer so delivery and installation is not an issue.
    We're based in Belgium and distribute this software in certain European countries.
    It's also available in Australia too.
    We took note of your email and will send you the information directly.

    With kind regards

    Jean-Michel Viaene
    www.eyecis.com
    Last edited by jm.eyecis; 12-29-2008 at 06:25 AM.

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    Who needs software? For what you want all you'd need is your camera and your pc. Take the pictrures, save them to your pc and just open them up for the px to see.

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    Then, just email them or post them to your website's inventory...of course you should ask the patient's permission first.

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    Hold on you two!

    1. ogEE had a question.

    2. In his first Optiboard post jm.eyecis answered the question in a most professional manner.

    3. The next 2 posters jump in saying ogEE didn't really need the product he requested information on to begin with. Question....Why not let ogEE decide what the needs are?

    How rude can you get?

    I hope jm.eyecis doesn't think we're all like that. I, for one, was interested in his post because, while I am not in the market for it, I am interested in new products to be reviewed and his sounded particularly interesting.

    A reminder to whom it may apply....please mind your manners while on Optiboard. Your behaviour reflects on all of us!
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    Woah waoh. Rude? Since when is answering the question rude? He asked for suggestions. I stated that he didn't have to pay any money to get the results he wanted. He asked about software. Windows is software. And it's already (most likely) on his computer. He listed stuff he wanted the software to do, well he can do everything he wants without having to learn anything new or spend any money.

    You may be interested in new things that come along, but I'm interested in how giving alternative suggestions can be construed as anything but helpful. I'm not telling him what he should do, I'm giving him my opinion.

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    Perhaps I was too hasty........

    Quote Originally Posted by AdmiralKnight View Post
    Who needs software? For what you want all you'd need is your camera and your pc. Take the pictrures, save them to your pc and just open them up for the px to see.
    Perhaps I was too hasty in my evaluation of the post appearing in the quote above, but it sounded rude to me when I read it. I just reread it and will take the admiral at his word that he was trying to be helpful rather than self serving. If you compare the second post with the third I think you will see a difference in demeanor.
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