Required | Portrait
File Formats | Image
Face Photo | PD
(Pupillary Distance) |
E Try-on® glasses
allows you to upload your own portrait photo and virtually try-on
glasses online. E Try-on® accurately
sizes the glasses to your face so that you can visually see the image
of yourself wearing the glasses as if you are trying on glasses in
front of a mirror. It overcomes the problem with trying on glasses
in an optical shop in front of a mirror where the glasses
are not fitted with prescription lenses which makes it difficult to
see the actual image of yourself in the mirror.
You will need Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, or
Firefox 2.0 or later, Google Chrome or Safari. You will
also need Adobe Flash plug-in installed for your browser. Please visit www.adobe.com
web site to download the flash player if you dont have it.
|Portrait Photo |
Use the correct portrait photo is the key for E
Try-on®. The portrait should be taken straight on eye level
showing your full face and head with your eyes looking directly
at the camera, without glasses. The photo should not show you looking
over one shoulder or with head tilted.
You can take a photo using webcam or upload a photo.
File Formats if Uploading a
Your file should be in JPG or JPEG format. Please do not compress
|Image Size if Uploading a Photo
The width and height should be at least 500
pixels but no more than 2800 pixels. The file size should not be
more than 600KB.
Please follow the 3 steps on the page to configure the face photo
for E Try-on.
It's important that the PD has to be entered before you start adjusting
the photo. Please remember to reconfigure
your face photo if your PD has changed.
The configured photo should look somehow different from the original
photo. The adjusted photo should be centered. In most cases it should
be the magnified image of the original. If you need help in configuring
your face photo, please contact
us with your login email address. Our staff members will be able
to adjust your photo and upload it for you.
is the distance between the centre of two pupils when your eyes
are looking at a distance object in the front that are 60 centimetres
away or beyond. It is measured in millimetres (mm). PD measurement
is the important information we need in order to scale the glasses
to your face during E Try-on®. Please make sure to enter a correct
The average PD is 60mm for women and 64mm
If there is no Pd value in your prescription, please
remember to ask your optometrist to measure the PD for you when
you visit the optometrist next time.
Meanwhile you can have your
PD measured with a ruler and the help of a friend by following this
- Put the millimetre ruler on the bridge of your
- Ask someone to stand approximately 60 centimetres
away from you and measure the distance between the centres of
your pupils (the black circle in your eyes) with your eyes looking
at a distance object in the front. Repeat a few times until a
consistent result is obtained.
- You can measure pupillary distance yourself by
using a mirror. You will stand at least 30 centimetres away from
the mirror, place a ruler in front of your eyes and measure the
distance between your pupils with your eyes looking at yourself
in the mirror. Repeat a few times until a consistent result is
E Try-on® glasses
You can now search for glasses and try them on
by clicking on the small glasses image.