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The tinyTesla is about 6 inches tall
The tinyTesla shoots out bolts of artificial lightning while playing MIDI music using the electricity itself
The DIY kits will be made available in a version for coilers who can handle a soldering iron and a solderless tinyTesla for folks who'd rather such things were done for them
The tinyTesla's 3-inch circular control board sits atop a hedgehog heat sink
The tinyTelsa musical Telsa coil from oneTesla
Can you spot the tinyTelsa from this line-up?
An interrupter connects to the tinyTesla by fiber optic cable and converts polyphonic MIDI audio files from a computer or instrument connected via USB into pulses of light
As with the original coil kit, the aim of the tinyTesla kit is to make learning about electronics fun
In response to feedback from builders of the first version, the oneTesla team has also produced a 12-inch TS dual-resonant solid state model
The oneTesla TS has been designed to produce long sparks
The folks who successfully crowdfunded a DIY singing Tesla coil kit last year have taken to Kickstarter again to bring a smaller version into production. Like its older and bigger brother, the tinyTesla shoots out bolts of artificial lightning while playing MIDI music using the electricity itself. It looks like that polyphonic MIDI version of Danger High Voltage by Electric Six might just come in handy after all.
Read the full article: oneTesla shrinks its singing Tesla coil kit to palm-friendly proportions
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