HyperLens - Ultimate Screen Magnifier to Visualize Every Detail of Computer Display and Presentation!
 
HyperLens Tutorials
1. Using HyperLens to expose the dim graphic details hidden in the dark areas
2. Using HyperLens in Enhanced Mode to view layered or transparent windows and objects
3. Using HyperLens to enhance video display
4. Using HyperLens to effectively present every detail of your presentations
5. Using HyperLens to fully present the computer display
6. Using the anti-glare texture filters of HyperLens to reduce screen glare
7. Using HyperLens to adjust the outdoor display of your laptop
1. Using HyperLens to expose the dim graphic details hidden in the dark areas

By increasing the color level of all or separate color channels, HyperLens can greatly improve the visibility and clarity of the dim graphic details in the dark areas. With full color level adjustments to each color channel even in every color mode, HyperLens enables you to clearly view the hidden graphic/video details that are very hard to be seen, such as those of underexposed pictures and video monitoring in night light.

In addition, you can also clarify the blurred graphic details with one of the sharpening filters (Sharpen and Edge Enhance).

Using HyperLens to expose the dim graphic details hidden in the dark areas

To adjust the color level, do one of the following:

  • Use Ctrl + Alt + Mouse Wheel to adjust the color level of lens view.
  • Press the Increase Color Level hotkey, the default is <Ctrl + Shift + I>, the color level of lens view will be increased by the Color Level Increment value, the lens view will become brighter.
  • Press the Decrease Color Level hotkey, the default is <Ctrl + Shift + D>, the color level of lens view will be decreased by the Color Level Increment value, the lens view will become dimmer.
  • Press the Reset Color Level hotkey, the default is <Ctrl + Shift + R>, the color level of lens view will be reset to default.

To sharpen the blurred view, on the Lens Settings page, select one of the sharpening filters (Sharpen and Edge Enhance) in the Sharpening Filter group.

2. Using HyperLens in Enhanced Mode to view layered or transparent windows and objects
In Enhanced Mode, HyperLens uses hardware overlay surface to display the lens, and is capable of viewing layered or transparent windows and objects, such as some desktop enhancements and widgets, balloon hints, etc.

To use HyperLens in Enhanced Mode, on the Lens Settings page in the HyperLens main window, select the Enhanced Mode option in the Lens Mode group, and click the Apply button at the right side.

(Note: if another program is already using hardware overlay surface, you first need to exit the program, otherwise the Enhanced Mode may not be applied in HyperLens.)

3. Using HyperLens to enhance video display
With HyperLens you can easily enhance the display of digital video playback, video monitoring and web video, by lightening (increasing the color level), sharpening or adjusting the color of the lens view.

To enhance the video display of the player that using hardware overlay, such as Windows Media Player, you need to first start HyperLens in Enhanced Mode and show the lens, then start the video player to play the video. Otherwise HyperLens might not be able to enhance the video display, as the hardware overlay surface is previously occupied by the video player.

4. Using HyperLens to effectively present every detail of your presentations

During a meeting, training or education, while presenting some highly detailed presentations like technical drawings and designs, especially to a large number of audiences, with HyperLens you can simply use Ctrl + Mouse Wheel to zoom, or at the same time, along with the Shift key to rotate any portion or the full of your PowerPoint presentations, Flash movies or any type of presentations, such as interactive programs, documents, web pages, graphics/photos, videos/animations, drawings/diagrams/designs, etc. thus effectively present every detail from any angle of your presentations to all of your audiences! especially those far away from the screen, who can not clearly see the details of your presentations.

To expose the hidden details in the dark areas that are hard to be seen by your audiences, simply use Ctrl + Alt + Mouse Wheel to increase the color level of the lens view, or use Ctrl + Shift + R to reset it.

For an interactive demonstration, you can also apply the eye-catching click highlighting effects to visualize your operations intuitively. To do so, just check and apply the effects on the Cursor Effects page.

Using HyperLens to effectively present every detail of your presentations

5. Using HyperLens to fully present the computer display

If for any reason, the projector can not present the entire computer display, you can use HyperLens to fully present it, simply by locking the lens in the display area that can be projected.

To do so, you can adjust the lens size on the Lens Settings page to fit the projected area, and use the default hotkey Ctrl + Shift + L to Lock/Unlock the lens.

HyperLens will automatically track the mouse cursor and keyboard input focus, when the mouse cursor or text caret moves outwards the locked lens, the computer display out of the projected area will be represented in the lens and shown on the projection screen, by this way you can easily present any part of your computer display to your audience.

Using HyperLens to fully present the computer display

6. Using the anti-glare texture filters of HyperLens to reduce screen glare

For those windows, web pages or any type of documents with bright background, you can use the anti-glare texture filters of HyperLens to texturize them and reduce screen glare.

There are 12 realistic anti-glare texture filters (Agate, Canvas, Grain, Metal, Oak Wood, Old Paper, Old Wood, Pebbles, Plaster, Sandstone, Scratches and Veins), specially designed to improve the visual comfort of all kinds of reading, viewing and editing experiences.

To set the texture filter of the lens view, on the Lens Settings page, click the Texture Filter drop-down list and select the desired one, and click the Apply button at the right side.

Below is a lens in Sepia color mode, with the Grain texture filter applied to it, the zoom level is reset to 100%.

Using the anti-glare texture filters of HyperLens to reduce screen glare

7. Using HyperLens to adjust the outdoor display of your laptop

While using your laptop in the outdoor places, especially in the sunshine, the screen display might be dimmed. Hyperlens provides full color adjustments (Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue) for you to adjust it.

For example, by increasing the color level, brightness and contrast of the lens view, it will be much easier to see the outdoor display of your laptop.

Using HyperLens to adjust the outdoor display of your laptop

 
Home | Screenshots | Download | Order | Tutorials | FAQ | Support | Privacy Statement
Copyright © 2007-2010 VisionSuit Software. All Rights Reserved.