An app that uses libccv to do the stroke width transform on a screenshot of your screens current state. It then identifies a prevailing text grid.
It uses Qt and some OSX specific code (but not much) to do overlays and mouse control. It includes a statically linked libccv library built for OSX using clang. You might have to compile libccv yourself and put your own lib in there, I really should have a better system for this.
Currently a total hack, code is terrible, interface is terrible/non-existent. The reason for this is that it was written in 6 hours for Waterloo's SE Hack Day.
Currently driven through a debug window. Take a screenshot, process it, use VIM keybinds or arrow keys to move your cursor around the grid, then hold space and move the cursor to select some text.