Build A Tesla Coil And Power Your Home… Wirelessly
But before we get into exactly how to build a Tesla coil I want to teach you little bit of history about Tesla so you can better understand the Tesla generator and therefore be able to create one yourself with ease.
You see, Tesla was not only an inventor but an electrical engineer and mechanical engineer who’s fascination with the electromagnetism field led to many revolutionary discoveries of his time that are still considered to be amazing to this day.
Many scientists still don’t fully understand Tesla’s work, mostly because at the time of his most famous invention, the Tesla coil, many big corporations at the time (and still to some degree today) felt threatened when he claimed he could generate energy from virtually anywhere in the world as long as you had a homemade Tesla coil with you.
As you could imagine, the big boys wanted to protect their bank accounts. This lead to them cutting the funding for any of Nikola Tesla’s future products and thus making it so that he could not put his ideas into action.
After his death (1943) the US government sought to conceal much of his work and research, making it classified information, 100% unavailable to the public. Tesla’s family felt that this was a HUGE injustice and fought to have his work display in what’s now known as the Tesla museum.
Only recently have you begun seeing Tesla Coils and Tesla Generators becoming popular among your everyday household. It’s been over 100 years since Tesla first released the Tesla coil design, and now it has finally resurfaced thanks to new technologies like the Internet and YouTube.
Now, basically anyone can have access to a Tesla motor if they want one. It’s already been proven that these devices can light an entire room of light bulbs without them being plugged in, imagine what this could do to your house?