Adding virtual try-on to an ecommerce website is great; adding a realistic virtual try-on is better.
Needless to say how important it is to provide a solution accurately displaying all the details that makes a frame unique. With virtual try-on, customers can see how glasses or sunglasses will look on their face without having to physically try them on. This can be especially helpful for people who have difficulty finding glasses that suit their face properly. Not only are the frames highlighted but it also allows users to buy their next pair with confidence because "what they see is what they get".
A lifelike eyewear virtual try-on in a single click
Fittingbox's main focus has always been to design digital frames that provide the same feel as real glasses. We continuously strive to enhance the 3D rendering of optical glasses and sunglasses, including lenses and frames.
We've recently made advancements in 3D rendering that replicates the reflection of light in lenses. This innovative technology enables the rendering of gradient effects of lenses, coatings, iridescence, and other effects that provide an incredibly lifelike representation.
Let your customers and patients experience the beauty of signature glasses in a whole new way: ultra-realistic virtual try-on!
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Based in France (Toulouse) and in the USA (Miami), Fittingbox has established itself as the world leader in virtual fitting and eyewear digitization. Fittingbox, the leader in Augmented Reality (AR) in Eyewear and frame digitization in 3D, develops cutting-edge optical solutions based on machine learning, computer vision, and now Diminished Reality (DR).
Quietly behind the scenes as the technology for the largest optical and luxury groups worldwide, Fittingbox was the first to launch the “virtual mirror” allowing consumers to try glasses on via a desktop or mobile device, in real time, thanks to augmented reality. The company generates more than 125 million virtual try-ons per year and represents the largest database of 3D frames in the world, with over 140,000 pairs and more than 4,000 corporate customers.