jeelizGlassesVTOWidget - JavaScript/WebGL glasses virtual try on widget

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With this JavaScript widget, you can offer glasses virtual try on to your users. It can be included either on a website or in a mobile web application. It is very easy to integrate: only few lines of HTML code are required. If the user has a webcam, the experience is in real-time: the user see his face like in a mirror, but with glasses on. If he refuses to share his camera or if his configuration is not compatible, nevermind, the fallback version is displayed. He can still upload a picture and it is processed server-side to add the glasses on. This API uses Jeeliz WebGL Deep Learning technology to detect and track the user's face using a neural network. You can find the technical documentation in doc.pdf.

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https://github.com/jeeliz/jeelizGlassesVTOWidget

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