10-year-old boy invents a genius device to stop children dying in hot cars after his neighbor’s death

According to statistics, since 1998 around 712 kids are thought to have passed away from heatstroke in the US only, after being left in hot vehicles. In any case, because of one brilliant 10-year-old kid called Bishop Curry from McKinney, Texas, sad and preventable passings like these could soon be just a bad dream.

The fifth grader has designed something many refer to as the Oasis, a smart little gadget that records the temperature inside the vehicle. When it gets to a specific level, the gadget transmits cool air while at the same time cautioning parents and experts through a reception antenna. The thought for the Oasis came to Bishop after he heard that his neighbor’s 6-month-old baby had passed away from being in an overheated vehicle, and despite the fact that he just has a 3-D clay model of the gadget right now, he and his dad have so far figured out how to raise over $24,000 for their creation on GoFundMe. The cash will go towards assembling the gadget and in addition securing the patent for it, so on the off chance that you haven’t as of now, head on over to their raising money page and help build this amazing gadget.

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