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Holoman / Ars Electronica Futurelab

Developed by the Ars Electronica Futurelab, “Holoman” seems to enable you to peer inside your own body.credit: rubra

Holoman (2) / Ars Electronica Futurelab

Developed by the Ars Electronica Futurelab, “Holoman” seems to enable you to peer inside your own body. credit: rubra

Tesla Orchestra

Fireballs, lightning, music and dance—the Tesla Orchestra (US), founded in 2009 by Ian Charnas (US) at Case Western Reserve University, is a circus in grandiose style. The world’s two largest Tesla coils are this off-beat orchestra’s instruments. They use 26 kilowatts of energy to produce four-meter-high bolts of lightning, and convert million-volt high tension into audio frequencies. But that’s not all. For the show’s big number, a Tesla performer clad in a 20-kilogram protective metal suit climbs into the ring for a daring dance with the lightning.credit: 2011 paulsobota.com

Tesla Orchestra (2)

Fireballs, lightning, music and dance - the 'Tesla Orchestra' (US), founded in 2009 by Ian Charnas (US) at Case Western Reserve University, is a circus in grandiose style. Photo showing the performance at the Opening of the Ars Electronica Festival 2011. credit: rubra

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