Monday, October 2, 2023

NASA Invited Pakistan’s 13 Year Old Bisma to US for Her Invention of Anti Sleep Glasses for Drivers

A 13-year-old student named Bisma Salangi from Karachi’s Evergreen Secondary School has gained recognition from NASA for her impressive achievements. She invented a special pair of glasses that can help prevent drivers from falling asleep while driving. These glasses aim to reduce accidents and promote road safety. NASA was impressed by her invention and has invited her to their camp to further develop her skills and create more amazing devices.

Bisma Salangi highlighted the abilities of Pakistanis and the importance of determination in accomplishing remarkable things during an interview with a local news network.

Drowsy driving is a significant danger to drivers and others on the road, both in Pakistan and worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, a significant number of road traffic incidents are caused by fatigue-related accidents.

When drivers are drowsy, they experience reduced alertness, brief episodes of unintentional sleep, impaired decision-making, and a higher likelihood of drifting or veering from their lane. It is important to raise awareness about the risks of drowsy driving, recognize signs of fatigue, prioritize getting enough rest, and encourage using alternative means of transportation.

Inventors like Bisma Salangi play a crucial role in developing innovative solutions to address this issue. Their inventions have the potential to save many lives on the road.

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