Pete Terren, an Australian man, has made a Tesla coil Christmas tree. He first tried this in 2007 and after successful completion decided to make another one for 2009, this time the Tesla coil tree would be bigger and better.
This creative light display isn’t for inside the family home. Also, putting presents under the Tesla coil Christmas tree is not recommended. Measuring nine meters and using long exposure, rotating colored filters allows Terren to create the outline of a colorful tree.
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