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April 29, 2009

Tesla Wireless Power Transmition Example

at 10:43 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking

 

You may remember the interview we did with Roger  Smith a few years ago. This time Roger is demonstrating how power can be transmitted about 10 feet through thin air using tuned coils. Of course this would not be practical for normal power transmission since even during this demonstration Roger takes a poke from the resonator coil. 🙂 It would be interesting to see one of these scaled up about 10 times and see what it could power.


 

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9 Responses to “Tesla Wireless Power Transmition Example”

  1. EllisGL Says:

    But does it twitter?

  2. Andrew Says:

    wow this is great. this is exactly whatr i was going to do for my highschool senior project. ill have to use this as a resource. thanks for posting this.

  3. Daily Research » Shared Items - April 29, 2009 Says:

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  4. Alan Parekh Says:

    LOL, this is one of the creations that came out recently that doesn’t Twitter. 🙂

  5. Alan Parekh Says:

    Cool Andrew,

    Let us know how the project turns out!

  6. Video: Wireless Electricity Transmission Via Tesla Coil » The UberReview Says:

    […] neither sensible nor safe, however, the concept is so awesome that it simply must be demonstrated. [Hacked Gadgets] For the latest info on the coolest gadgets, emerging technology and wired madness, subscribe to […]

  7. EllisGL Says:

    I remember seeing a circuit that could light up a small neon light from AM radio waves before. Wonder if his setup could be used to steal some of that energy from the air….

  8. anon Says:

    Neat, and no doubt the guy is brilliant in his field… but, man, he talks like he’s been zapped a few too many times by his own toys.

  9. TranceMist Says:

    lol. I keep expecting him to blow up while watching this.

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