Fox Sports is set to release a colorblind colorblind test on Monday that will test if you have the same eye color and eye shape as your color blind friend or family member.
The test will be a way for people who are not colorblind to verify their colorblindity.
“The goal is to get people who don’t have colorblind vision, and people who have some sort of colorblind-type condition to test it,” Bill Leiby, chief marketing officer at Fox Sports, told Fox Sports.
“If we have something that’s not as easy for them to test, we can really help them to better understand their eyes.”
The test, called Colorblind Colorblind Test, will also help people who can’t see colors correctly test their color vision.
It is similar to a standard eye test for people with color vision deficiency.
“When you have a test, you’re asking people to read a number of words and then take a test that’s as easy as reading a number,” Leibysaid.
“It’s like taking a test for yourself.
That’s what we’re trying to do.”
People with color blindness or other vision problems can take the test at their doctor, and if they pass, they will get a free iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
Leiby says people who test positive will get an additional free iPhone, which is currently available only in the United States.
“You can’t just give people a phone and expect them to get it,” Leifysaid.
I think people should be encouraged to test,” he added.”
We’re not going to give the test to everyone, but we’re really trying to make sure we’re giving people the best opportunity to get tested and not just getting a free phone,” Leibi said.
“I think people should be encouraged to test,” he added.
Leifys test will also be free for people of all ages.
“I think it’s something people should consider doing for themselves, whether that’s in a university setting, or even just for their kids,” he said.