by Jamie Bartlett July 15, 2019 3 min read

Which device are you using?

 

 

 

 

How to use the virtual try on for computer

 

 

The video above should give you a quick run-through on how to use our virtual mirror.

But for a little more detail, you can follow these 5 simple steps which will help you find the perfect pair of glasses for your face shape.

For desktop computer users, see below.

For mobile phone users, click here.

 

How do I choose a pair of glasses?

 

1: Load the virtual try on

  • Click on any frame within any collection
  • Wait a few seconds for virtual try on to load
  • Once loaded, the virtual try on icon will appear in the bottom left of your screen
  • Click on the icon to load the virtual try on
  • Alternatively, click the grey ‘try on’ button below ‘add to cart’

 

 

2: Web camera setup

  • The virtual try on window should now be open
  • Click the ‘expand’ icon (top right corner) to enlarge the window on your screen
  • A male/female model may appear. (Ignore this)
  • Click the ‘LIVE’ button on the right-hand side
  • Your web-camera will begin to load
  • If it asks for permission to access your camera, click yes.

     

     

    3: Product/photo settings

    • You should now see yourself via your web-camera
    • Scroll down to the settings button (2ndfrom left)
    • Set yourpupillary distanceusing the dropdown (eg 62mm)
    • If you don’t do this, the glasses size-ratio may be look incorrect.

       

       

      4: Trying glasses on

      • Adjust your head to fit within the orange template/outline
      • Using the glasses-menu (left) click to select a style
      • The glasses should load onto your face
      • Navigate between glasses by selecting them from the glasses-menu
      • Move your head from side to side for 3D effect

         

         

        5: Capture your photo for later

        • Take your photo by clicking ‘capture’ in the virtual try on window
        • Retake? Click ‘back’
        • Happy? Click ‘continue’
        • The window will load your photo (without glasses)
        • You can now add frames onto your photo using the glasses-menu
        • Click the share/save icon (2ndfrom right) to keep your favourite style

           

           

           

          How to use the virtual glasses try on for mobile

           

           

          The video above should give you a quick run-through on how to use our virtual mirror.

          But for written instructions, you can follow these 5 simple steps.

           

          1: Load the virtual try on

          • Click on any frame within any collection
          • Wait a few seconds for virtual try on to load
          • Once loaded, the virtual try on icon will appear in the bottom left of your screen
          • Click on the icon to load the virtual try on
          • Alternatively, click the grey ‘try on’ button below ‘add to cart’

           

           

          2: Web camera setup

          • The virtual try on window should now be open
          • Click the ‘expand’ icon (top right corner) to enlarge the window on your screen
          • A male/female model may appear. (Ignore this)
          • Click the ‘LIVE’ button on the right-hand side
          • Your web-camera will begin to load
          • If it asks for permission to access your camera, click yes.

             

             

            3: Product/photo settings

            • You should now see yourself via your web-camera
            • Scroll down to the settings button (2ndfrom left)
            • Set yourpupillary distanceusing the dropdown (eg 62mm)
            • If you don’t do this, the glasses size-ratio may be look incorrect.

               

               

              4: Trying glasses on

              • Adjust your head to fit within the orange template/outline
              • Using the glasses-menu (left) click to select a style
              • The glasses should load onto your face
              • Navigate between glasses by selecting them from the glasses-menu
              • Move your head from side to side for 3D effect

                 

                 

                5: Capture your photo for later

                • Take your photo by clicking ‘capture’ in the virtual try on window
                • Retake? Click ‘back’
                • Happy? Click ‘continue’
                • The window will load your photo (without glasses)
                • You can now add frames onto your photo using the glasses-menu
                • Click the share/save icon (2ndfrom right) to keep your favourite style

                   

                  Hopefully, you’ve found these instructions helpful.

                  Now you can head off and explore our handmade glasses and sunglasses using the virtual mirror to it’s full potential.

                  Let us know how you get on or if you have any questions using the contact form in the footer section of this page.

                   

                  Jamie Bartlett
                  Jamie Bartlett

                  Co-founder of Banton Frameworks.



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