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With EyeContactsPlus you can easily try different contacts and change eye colors keeping an utmost quality.
Try Contacts virtually Before You Buy : This is a very inexpensive way to check how you would look with contact lenses that would change the color of your eyes.
Fit to your eyes size and shape. Independently fit the contacts to your eyes. Use a selection brush to shape to the contour of your eyes.
Comes with a collection of more than 120 different contacts you can instantly check...
Funky Eyes : the library of funky eyes lets you simulate spirals, moire, multicolor eyes, so you can create your own color swap. There are no limitations.
Patriotic Eyes, sport fan contacts with EyeContactPlus you can use one of the flags contact provided or easily use your own image that will be converted to a contact.
RedEye Removal : EyeContacts can be used also to remove, with the highest quality and in no time, red-eyes out of your pictures.
EyeContactsPlus Does Not Only Work On You! : EyeContacts will work well on your pet to remove the green-eye effect. You can also apply contacts and have eyes of different color for a little fun.
Check out the various screen-shots at the bottom of the page, and see for yourself the outstanding quality you can achieve.
Online manual and help
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. We are highly dedicated to the quality of our tools and will provide support!
Main differences between EyeContacts and EyeContacts Plus:
• EyeContactPlus lets you adjust independently the size of each eyes including elliptical controls
• EyeContactPlus comes with a library of more than 120 presets, EyeContacts only 50
• EyeContactsPlus lets you use photos (including your own) as contacts.
What's New in Version 1.1.0
Ability to rotate contacts independently
- USD 4.99
- Category: Graphics & Design
- Updated: 30 May 2012
- Version: 1.1.0
- Size: 43.3 MB
- Developer: Human Software Company Inc
- © 2012 HumanSoftware Co Inc.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later, 64-bit processor