Eyewear virtual try-on FOR THE WEB
Effortlessly integrate Virtual Try-On into your eyewear e-commerce business.
Our generative AI creates a 3D augmented reality representation of your products.
Effortlessly integrate Jeeliz into your eyewear e-commerce site with a simple code snippet insertion on your product pages. Experience an instant, auto-generated virtual try-on feature that is sure to elevate customer engagement and satisfaction.
Our platform stands out by offering a hassle-free experience. Say goodbye to complex product listings, lengthy waiting periods, and cumbersome API implementations. There’s no need to map your references to those of the Virtual Try-on platform – we make it simpler and more efficient.
Simply the best
Our real-time face detection and tracking system is engineered to be highly robust, functioning seamlessly across all lighting conditions and accommodating a diverse range of facial features and physiognomies.
The glasses are brought to life with our state-of-the-art exclusive 3D rendering engine. To ensure unparalleled realism, we conduct sophisticated lighting reconstruction, enabling the seamless integration of facial lighting effects on the glasses.
Our solution is web-based, eliminating the need for any installation, and is fully operational on both mobile and desktop devices. It delivers an exceptional experience even on low-end devices or in areas with limited connectivity.
Navigate and modify your models effortlessly through our user-friendly backoffice. This powerful tool allows for precise adjustments of pose settings, provides insightful model statistics, and offers extensive customization options for material tuning.
We rely on generative artificial intelligence to automatically create a detailed 3D model of glasses from your product page pictures. Then it is used for the virtual try-on experience.
Integration consists of adding a code snippet to the product page. It is fully customizable to tailor the appearance of the virtual try-on experience to your brand’s style. Additionally, you can embed your own analytics tools.
trusted by luxury brands
Oliver Goldsmith, renowned for their high-fashion eyewear and vintage sunglasses since 1926, eagerly sought a Virtual Try-on solution that matched the exceptional quality of their products.
You can test it here: Manhattan product page. Click on the Try these on button atop the product picture.
Walter Hill offers trendy sustainable sunglasses. They are made with eco-friendly quality materials. We are proud to power virtual try-on for such a brand.
You can check it out here: Layne Tortoise product page. Click on the VIRTUAL TRY-ON button
Coco Leni has been making beautiful handcrafted frames in Germany since 1946. Their quality is so good that they provide a 10-year guarantee.
You can test it here: Plymouth blue sunglasses. Then click on VIRTUAL TRY-ON to enjoy the experience.
Pardon! is the iconic fashion-wear brand from the island of Réunion. They need a high-quality graphic rendering to show the quality of their sunglasses, especially for the engraved wooden branches.
You can try it here (click on the VIRTUAL TRY ON button).
Lensway is is a brand of the group Essilor-Luxottica operating in northern Europe. Following nordic design guidelines, the rendering is very clean (no reflections on lenses, no shadows).
You can test it here: Reverse – matte dark blue product page. Click on the Prova Digitalt button below the product picture.
As a French luxury brand, Jean Paul Gaultier highly considers both realism of the 3D rendering and quality of the augmented reality experience.
You can virtually try on their latest limited edition sunglasses here: Arceau Gold product page. Click on the Virtual Try-on button.
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We can manage an unlimited number of products with exceptionally quick turnaround times. Please share your requirements with us, and we will promptly respond.
we will make it work
Your e-commerce website should be operational and accessible without requiring any login.
Each product page should feature:
- A picture of the glasses taken from the front. They should be unfolded (the temples are parallel)
- A picture of the glasses taken from the side (A 3/4 view also works)
Our solution works:
- Even if product pictures are not ordered. For instance a carousel with product pictures in a random sequence
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