Electron based camera viewer released under the MIT License designed for usage only with keyboard shortcuts or commands, so the camera image always takes up most of your precious screen space.
Installation and usage
AssistiveCam requires nodejs, npm and electron to be installed on your computer. I strive to use as few third-party libraries as absolutely needed for this project.
git clone https://github.com/assistivetool/assistivecam/ cd assistivecam npm install npm start
:to bring up a command prompt, like in the vim editor
fto cycle through built-in image filters
cto cycle through all available cameras
rto rotate by 90 degrees
ito hide the info tooltip
+to zoom in
-to zoom out
pto freeze the image
sto instantly save a snapshot of the current canvas (without effects)
lto toggle an alignment help
gto toggle the gui
List of commands
To see an up-to-date list of commands, check out the documentation!