On Wednesday, July 11, 2018, at the Technical Museum of Nikola Tesla, on the occasion of the 162nd anniversary of the birth of Tesla will be opening of the exhibition Tesla World System from author Zorica Civrić Flores who dedicated it to the achievements of Nikola Tesla in the field of wireless transmission of energy.
It is a visiting exhibition of the Museum of Science and Techniques from Belgrade, Serbia, and the opening ceremony of the exhibition takes place on the occasion of the event Tesla & Friends . The exhibition will remain open until October 30, 2018.
“It is obvious to me that the wireless transmission of energy, if ever achieved, is not an invention; it’s art. Bell’s phone, Edison’s phonograph or my induction motor are inventions, but wireless energy transfer is an art that requires a combination of a large number of inventions. ” Nikola Tesla
In the period from 1901 to 1906, in the Long Island Laboratory, Nikola Tesla developed a system based on her invention, called World Wideband System. The technical possibilities of this system at the beginning of the 20th century existed only as a scientific vision. His system of Tesla was based on the use of earth’s waves. Today it is based on wire and wireless transmission of energy through a conducive atmosphere. By the end of the 20th century, Tesla’s vision became the reality of the development of information and telecommunication technologies.
In 1904, in an effort to explain the possibilities of the World System, a brochure was immediately known, which was immediately referred to as the Stunning Tesla Manifesto, in which Nikola Tesla explains in twelve points the possibilities of the new system. These twelve points are astonishing today with their currentity and power of vision.
The exhibition chronologically follows Tesla’s experiments, experiments by other scientists who preceded or induced Tesla’s discoveries in an effort to explain Tesla’s contribution to the wireless transmission field.
It also compares what Tesla has predicted to be able to do with wireless transmission, how to use it, and how to realize it, and on the other hand, the technology that Tesla’s vision has achieved today and discoveries that have led to today’s wireless transmission, from radio detectors through integrated circuits to microprocessors.
Visitors will be able to see models of devices used by Tesla in their first years of work, as well as exhibits that illustrate the development of information and telecommunication technologies.
Source: Technical Museum of Nikola Tesla