Estrella Salazar creates app that translates sign language and now NASA is leaving

The 16-year-old, Estrella Salazar creates app that translates sign language, this seeking to change our environment, but it has not been his only achievement.

The young genius who has put her efforts into various scientific projects. The most recent and the one that has gone viral is for creating an application for mobile devices that helps translate sign language into text and voice.

This is not the first time AmericanPost.News reveals young people who surprise with their ingenuity, one case was the Mexican students who created a bio plastic with shrimp remains.

Estrella Salazar creates app that translates sign language

The teenager made the app to give a decent life to those who have hearing problems. His trip to NASA will take place in 2022 to participate in the Air and Space Program.

Estrella Salazar creates an app that translates sign language and the project is called ‘Hands with a Voice’, which aims for more people like her sister, who suffers from severe hearing loss, which is a sensorineural hearing loss, to live a dignified life .

The ‘Hands with Voice’ app continues to develop and the young woman plans to be ready in 2022.

And it is that from an early age, Estrella Salazar stood out for her intelligence, which is why she released high school and high school at the same time and is now studying a university degree in Biotechnology Engineering.

Mexican will travel to NASA

His trip to NASA will take place in 2022 to participate in the Air and Space Program.

And although it has been made known by the app, it is not his only achievement, since he will soon travel to Alabama, United States, to take a course taught by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Salazar was selected from among several candidates from around the world, so at her young age, she is a national pride.

And although Estrella Salazar creates an app that translates sign language to help people and has also been selected by NASA, something equally shocking is that the young woman from Nezahualcóyotl, State of Mexico, is also investigating covid-19.

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