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Dr Megavolt's giant Tesla coil creates million volts static electricity.­

Don't try this at home!

Fire Arts Festival @ The Crucible (Oakland, California).­

Check out my other photos of Tesla coils.

This photo is part of my Fire Arts photo album.

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the crucible
July 15, 2005
Fire Arts 115 photos

Photos taken at:

- Fire Arts Festival 2005 and 2007 @ The Crucible (Oakland, California)

The Crucible organizes the Fire Arts Festival each year in West Oakland, CA.­

- Burning Man Fire Arts Exposition (San Francisco, California)

Burning Man Fire Arts Exposition is a new, similar but smaller event that took place in San Francisco in 2006.­

- The Burning Man Festival (Black Rock City, Nevada)

Those are some photos from my Burning Man photo album that fall in the Fire Arts category.­

Equipment used: Sony F828 (8 Mega-pixel), Sony R1 (10.­3 Mega-pixel) and Sony Alpha (10.­2 Mega-pixel) with Microdrive and a small tripod.­

Most of the Fire Arts artists also participate to Burning Man.­

Check my photos of the Burning Man Festival @ www.­playa-dust.­com and don't hesitate to drop me a word!

Tesla Coils 18 photos

Photos of Electric discharge showing the lightning-like plasma filaments from a Tesla coil.­

A Tesla coil is a type of resonant transformer circuit invented by Serbian-American scientist Nikola Tesla around 1891.­ It is generally used to generate very high voltage, low current, high frequency alternating current electricity.­

It's very impressive to see the high-voltage lightnings arcs produced by large Tesla coils.­ Don't try this at home!

For more information about Tesla Coils, check the wikipedia article: en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Tesla_­coil