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Good posture equals good health.
Nekoze watches you from iSight, and warns when you start to slouch.
'Neko' (猫) means a cat, and 'Se' (背) means a back in Japanese.
'Nekoze' is 'Neko' + 'Se' which means a slight stoop.
Nekoze requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later and a person with Nekoze
Nekoze uses face recognition to detect your posture.
The start button is grayed out when your face is not recognized.
It highly depends on the light condition, so you should move the light or change the position of your Mac.
What's New in Version 1.3.2
Support OS X 10.10
Doesn’t really work
Followed the intructions, but it keep giving me false positives. I adjust the precision the the lowest setting and it was still not working properly.
Too sensitive to be useful
Detected my face very easily, but no matter the settings I used, I had a constantly whining cat. Every movement seemed to set it off (and often when not even moving at all)…not sure if this was tested at all before releasing.
I’m looking for an app to give me a little poke when I forget to sit up straight, not one to whine at me if I breathe or turn my head slightly.