Take control of the health of your eyes
It’s estimated that more than 50% of the world’s population will require some sort of vision correction. Whether extended exposure to digital screens or if you have a family history of eye diseases, regular vision screenings help you take control. Eye diseases can be progressive in nature. Self-screening allows you to detect concerns early or monitor worsening symptoms.
In case of a medical emergency, please call 911.
Here’s how it works
Sign-up from a laptop, or smartphone, to take the tests.
The tests are simple and include easy-to-follow instructions to navigate each step.
Access test results in minutes. Review them and share them with your eye care provider.
With each test, you’ll receive a guide to help you understand your test results.
Any questions or concerns can be discussed with an eye doctor through a virtual consultation.
Simply Test, Get Results & Repeat
There’s no cost to take these tests.
Why not do it more than once?
By simply Identifying the position of “C,” the test is user friendly for all ages and removes any language barriers.
Users will receive immediate vision test results for each eye after completing the test.
If your vision is 20/30, or less, in either one of your eyes, we recommend consulting an eye care provider for a more comprehensive eye exam.
Dry Eye Survey
(Standard Patient Evaluation of Eye Dryness (SPEED) Questionnaire)
A series of simple questions are asked to calculate your SPEED study score.
Users will receive an immediate test score along with an interpretation guide to understand the status of the dry eye symptoms.
Those with moderate to high scores may be at a risk for dry eye disease and should seek furtherevaluation.
The test is easily done using your smart phone.
Each test report is logged within your personal history to compare and monitor any changes.
If you observe any waviness in the straight lines or blind spots, we highly recommend the user connecting with an eye doctor to seek further evaluation.
Contact Lens Comfort Survey
The survey documents the comfort level of your contact lenses with a series of simple questions.
The responses to these questions are used to analyse the wearers comfort level and help doctors make an informed decision when updating your contact lenses or understanding challenges.
If you are experiencing a high level of discomfort, we strongly recommend connecting with an eye doctor and seek further advice.
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How long does it take to complete these tests?
Each test can be completed in less than 5 minutes.
How do I read the results?
Each test result comes with an explanation that includes the “normal” results for comparison and suggestions to guide you in your next steps.
Can children take these tests?
Yes, this is a screening tool suitable for all ages. Some tests may require an adult
to guide minors on how to appropriately follow the test instructions. Failure to
follow instructions may lead to inaccurate test results.
Do I need to see an eye care provider if my results are not within the normal range?
The tests serve as a screening tool. You should consult with an eye care provider for a comprehensive exam that will evaluate the overall eye health and status of your eye symptoms.
How often do I repeat the test?
You can repeat any of these eye tests as often as you’d like. We recommend
repeating the tests once a month unless you’ve been advised to do so more
frequently by an eye care provider.
Will I receive a copy of my test results?
At the completion of each test, you will be presented an option to “Save” or
“Email” the results to yourself.
I am already receiving treatment for an eye disease. Can I use these tests to monitor my progression?
Please check with your eye care provider. You may be able to use these tests to
monitor, and record, the changes in your vision or symptoms. We encourage you
to remember that these are screening tools and should not replace an in-person,
comprehensive eye exam.