Used by arborists, fishermen, firefighters, climbers, military and boy and girl scouts the world over, Knots 3D will quickly teach you how to tie even the most difficult knot! Accolades: - Included in Scouting Magazine's "The Best Scouting Apps of 2016" and "Ultimate List of Scouting Apps" (2014) - Featured in iOS Today, GQ Magazine, Boating Magazine, Guy Harvey Magazine and many other well known print and online and media. Product Features and Functions: - 151 unique knots with new ones added frequently. - Browse by category or search by name, common synonym or ABOK #. - Landscape and portrait modes as well as fullscreen (Zoom in on a knot to see greater detail). - Watch knots tie themselves and pause or adjust the speed of the animation at any time. - Rotate knots in 360 degree, 3D views to study them from any angle with a swipe of a finger. - Interact with the knot on screen by "scrubbing" over the knot to advance or rewind the animation. - High res graphics with photo-realistic rope textures. - Dark mode / Light Mode - Completely self contained -- No internet required! - Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch (Universal App) - Fully localized in 21 different languages - No advertisements. No in-app purchases. No subscriptions. Ever! Choose from over 150 different knots and see how they're tied in incredible detail. Watch the knot draw itself or use your finger to tie and untie the knot. Its easy to see where the virtual rope goes in and out and around. (Something about a rabbit and a hole and a tree right? ) Zoom in on the knot to get a closer look or flip it around for another perspective. Use your finger to spin the knot and see how it looks from any angle in 3D! Each 3D knot has detailed reference information including tying pointers, strength and reliability, structural info, and Ashley reference numbers (ABoK) and occasionally the history behind the knot. The knots are arranged by both category (Boating, Climbing, Fishing, Scouting, etc) and type (Bend, Loop, Stopper, etc). If you find a knot you like or want to come back to later, add it to your Favorites list for quick reference. The complete list of knots can be found on our website: http://knots3d.com/knots/en_us/ALL
I have books on tying knots but find this application to be better than any of them. The ability to rotate the view, so it’s more easily understood for us left-handers, plus speeding or slowing down the visuals, is fantastic. The ability to mark your favorites so you can come back to them it’s very nice.. I did not grow up learning to tie knots ( we didn’t learn that in my Brownie troop, LOL) so I really like the explanations for uses and other info for each knot. I have recently had the need to tie some knots for specific purposes, and this app showed me how. The price for such a terrific app is amazing.
Very good videos
So many practical, everyday applications for the knots listed in this app! Try it! You will find it fascinating!
Been using this one for years. It’s free and the animations are good. There’s about 150 knots and they are arranged into categories of use. It’s a good app that gets updated with new knots from time to time. They give a brief history of each knot and how it is commonly used. There are no ads and I wonder how they do this all for free. Anyway I thank the developers for an imminently useful knot primer. My only nit is that the iPhone version doesn’t update, so once a year I off load the app and reinstall. This gives me all the new knots.
Fabulous app. VERY highly recommend it
I have had Knots 3-D for many years. Unlike most apps that tend to stagnate, Knots 3-D has continued to improve both in visualization technology and the number of knots it contains. I literally get excited when I see that there is an update in the App Store for this wonderful app. This is one app that I have no regret having purchased.
Highly recommend this app for anyone looking to sharpen their skills or a beginner.
Very helpful tool when learning knots or teaching others. I use it when working with our scouts and just to help better prepare myself.
May I suggest a Shibari category perhaps.
Very intuitive to learn how to make knots