Friday, December 28th, 2012 @ 18:52 | Stuff
I have a reputation for trashing on Kickstarter products, but this one is near and dear to my EMI-induced heart palpitations.
The backstory: A group of students at MITERS have been working on a singing Tesla Coil kit. Having witnessed and supported small aspects of its development through this whole year, I have to sing (via plasma) the praises of the level of design and engineering that’s gone into it.
It’s now live on Kickstarter and has already made its way onto Mashable.
oneTesla also has an official website. Everybody go coil!
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