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Nikola Tesla Images

Images and photographs of, or related to, Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla People Images

Colorado Springs Experimental Laboratory in Operation

Colorado Springs Experimental Laboratory in Operation
The discharge of "extra coil" laterally across the shop. Mr. Alley is sitting.
Type: image - Added: 8/22/2015

Colorado Springs Experimental Laboratory in Operation

Colorado Springs Experimental Laboratory in Operation
Streamers issuing symmetrically from ball with two wires on each side. Mr. Alley is sitting.
Type: image - Added: 8/22/2015

Colorado Springs Experimental Laboratory in Operation

Colorado Springs Experimental Laboratory in Operation
Discharge passing laterally to the camera from the central coil to another coil on a stand. Mr. Alley is sitting in the chair.
Type: image - Added: 8/22/2015

George Westinghouse backed Tesla in the struggle over alternating current

George Westinghouse backed Tesla in the struggle over alternating current
George Westinghouse backed Tesla in the struggle over alternating current.
Type: image - Added: 8/18/2015

J.P. Morgan's daughter Anne loved Tesla, but wore pearls

Anne Morgan, daughter of J. P. Morgan
J.P. Morgan's daughter Anne loved Tesla, but wore pearls, which he abominated.
Type: image - Added: 8/18/2015

Guglielmo Marconi, who falsely shared a Nobel Prize for contributions to wireless

Guglielmo Marconi, who falsely shared a Nobel Prize for contributions to wireless
In 1909 Guglielmo Marconi shared a Nobel Prize for contributions to "wireless," but Tesla had also transmitted wireless signals.
Type: image - Added: 8/18/2015

Thomas Alva Edison, first employed Tesla, later tried to block alternating current

Thomas Alva Edison, first employed Tesla, later tried to block alternating current
Thomas Alva Edison, shown with phonograph, first employed Tesla, later tried to block the use of his alternating current.
Type: image - Added: 8/18/2015

Thomas A. Edison (with 1880 "Edison Effect" lamps)

Thomas A. Edison (with 1880 "Edison Effect" lamps)
Thomas A. Edison (above with 1880 "Edison Effect" lamps) and Tesla disagreed on use of alternating current. Edison supported direct current, but lost the argument.
Type: image - Added: 7/14/2015


Mark Twain demonstrates the wireless transmission of power

Mark Twain demonstrates the wireless transmission of power
MARK TWAIN (Samuel Clemens) demonstrates the wireless transmission of power. A large resonating coil (not visible) has induced a high-voltage current in the wire loop he holds. The current passed...
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

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