The iconic photograph captures Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla in his laboratory in Colorado Springs around 1899. In the image, Tesla can be seen sitting and seemingly engrossed in reading, while beside him stands his giant "magnifying transmitter," a high-voltage generator. The photograph gained significant attention and notoriety as it depicted the generation of immense bolts of electricity. However, it was later revealed to be a clever promotional stunt by photographer Dickenson V. Alley, utilizing a double exposure technique to create the illusion of the powerful electrical activity.
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