10-Year-Old Boy Invents A Genius Device To Stop Children Dying In Hot Cars After His Neighbor’s DeathTranslate

2 year ago · Marta · 0 Comment
Categories: Creativity · Technology     Tags: Children · Dying In Hot Cars
The statistics are shocking. Since 1998 more than 712 kids have died from heatstroke on the territory of the US, after being left in hot vehicles. The fifth grader Texas boy from the photos below have recently found about the loss of his neighbor’s 6-month-old infant who died in an overheated car. Shocked by the news, the clever 10-year-old boy Bishop Curry from McKinney, came with an invention to prevent the tragic death of children like these.

Bishop Curry invented the Oasis – that small but clever little gadget can monitor the temperature inside the car and as it reaches a certain point, the device starts emitting cool air. But it does far more than that – it also alerts parents and authorities through its antenna.

The smart boy invented a 3-D clay model yet together with his father he managed to raise over $ 24,000 on GoFundMe. Soon the new invention will be manufactured and the device will be secured by a patent. If you think that this is a great device, check the fundraising page and help the boy bring this brilliant idea to life and save children’s lives.

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