The inventor Nikola Tesla had dreamed of supplying the world with electricity wirelessly.
Tesla developed a device in 1891 which could produce bolts of high voltage electricity, known as the Tesla Coil.
The device has a primary coil which passes a current onto a secondary coil, creating a high voltage and low current, which shoots out a lightning like discharge.
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