EyeRoller 1.1.4

Fun program that causes eyes in images to track the mouse

  • Category:

    Jokes & Distractions

  • Version:

    1.1.4

  • Works under:

    Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Free
  • Vote:
    6.6 (30)

Using EyeRoller you can turn any photo into absolute hilarity. Import any image that features a face, and EyeRoller will turn it into an animated photo where the eyes will follow your mouse wherever it goes!

After installing the program, you'll notice that you have two work modes to choose from: manual and automatic. Manual mode is bested suited for advanced users that want customization options, while automatic mode is great for those that quickly want to get to the fun! Automatic mode is characterized by a wizard that quickly applies the effects you choose to the image of your choice. Manual mode leaves a large part of the customization to the user. Editing in manual mode might even produce funnier results in some cases!

After importing your image, simply select the area of the eyes in the image. You'll find that this works more smoothly if you choose a clear, focused photo of a face. EyeRoller then applies fake eyes that follow your mouse's every move. Once the effect is applied, you'll find that this program can provide hours of entertainment and hilarity. Once the animations have been made, keep in mind that they cannot be saved or used in any other program.

EyeRoller is a great solution for those that are constantly looking for fun, harmless things to do on the computer. After installing EyeRoller, you'll be laughing and having fun in no time.

Pros

  • There are two modes in which you can work in EyeRoller.
  • The program allows you to import your own images for use.

Cons

  • Some photos might not work with the program if they are not close ups.
  • The eye rolling effect cannot be saved; it can only be used and opened in EyeRoller.

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