Nikola Telsa - Inspirational Leader ( By D. Deepak )
Born in 10 July,1856
at Smiljan in Croatia.
He is considered as
"Father of Electricity"
Telsa AC Induction Motor
Three Phase Electric Power
Not a Myth, it's a fact
The U.S. government thought German spies
were using Tesla’s creations
during World War 1
He had a photographic memory and the
ability to visualize in 3D.
AC vs DC Current War
During the war of the currents, alternating current (AC) --
favored by Tesla -- battled for wide acceptance with direct
current (DC), favored by Edison. At stake was the basis for
the entire nation’s electrical system. Edison launched a
campaign against AC, claiming it was dangerous and could
kill people; Tesla countered by publicly subjecting himself
to 250,000-volt shocks to demonstrate AC’s safety.
Ultimately, alternating current won the fight.
I don't care that they stole my idea . . I care that they don't
have any of their own
- Nikola Tesla
Nikola Telsa is one of Greatest Inventors ever born.