Ever try to setup a Full Windsor knot or perfectly puff out your tie-bow that would turn heads on Wall Street? The anger and teeth-grinding efforts of getting that perfect tie might be coming to an end with the TieSight app.
Instead of watching a YouTube clip or trying to decipher an illustrated DIY process, TieSight uses a webcam to track your movements and progress and offers superimposed visuals to help you fix your poorly manifested knot. The app, available as a desktop app for the Mac ($0.99) and on your mobile app products ($1.99), comes with ten commonly utilized knots (Pratt, Windsor, Half Windsor, Four Hand, Victoria, Balthus, Plattsburgh, Cavendish, Small Knot and the Saint Andrew) and the visual guided blueprints to successfully implement each of them. The application displays a mirror image of you and layer’s on-top directions and instructions that will guide your hands through the proper holes, loops and movements to accomplish the perfect knot you seek. And with voice recognition you won’t have to fiddle with the app while putting together the knot so you can stay focused on what otherwise could be a frustrating experience.
If you have troubles with ties, try out TieSight, it should make spinning a tie together much more simple.