Virtual Magnifying Glass (VML) is a powerful magnifying glass program that creates an exact replica of a magnifying glass using virtual pixels. It allows users to magnify items such as photographs, items of text, websites, documents etc... and change the magnification level from 10x to 200x within a blink of the eye! A user can change the focus, size and color of the virtual magnifying glass by selecting it from a wide range of choices. This unique feature of Virtual Magnifying Glass makes VML a unique tool that is highly useful in industrial and scientific visual analysis.
Virtual Magnifying Glass is free software that works on most platforms (OS X, Linux and Windows). Virtual Magnifying Glass was developed by Ulrich Schimmelb (Open Source developer) in 1995 and has now been used in millions of applications all over the world. Currently Virtual Magnifying Glass serves as an Open Source project with many people contributing their ideas and providing patches for various versions of the software. This important piece of software is widely used in scientific visualization programs such as microscopes, robots, computers, and image editing software. It enables researchers and technicians to study high resolution images with sub magnification.
There are many features of Virtual Magnifying Glass, which make it superior to conventional magnifiers like mouse or touch screen. Firstly, it requires no installation icon and works on any computer. Secondly, the user can change the magnification level and also select from a wide variety of lens models available with the Virtual Magnifying Glass. Thirdly, Virtual Magnifying Glass has no third-party adware or malware to fear about.