Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade (Serbia) Virtual Exhibition

June 01, 2020 | Ivana Nedeljković

Due to the global pandemic situation, the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade (Serbia) has been forced to close its door for the visitors, However, Museum created a special virtual exhibition. Experts working in the Museum gathered some of the most interesting and important Tesla’s inventions. To make it even more interesting, Museum added some showpieces which are not a part of the everyday display, so even if you visited the Museum, now you get the opportunity to see something new.



Virtual exhibition content is divided into three categories. The first one is about Tesla’s inventions with supporting documentation. Here you can read more about wireless energy transfer,  the first remote control device - a remote control ship, Long Island Laboratory, the induction motor, which represents the beginning of the second industrial revolution, Colorado Springs Laboratory etc.


Link: https://nikolateslamuseum.org/en/virtual/inventions/

The second part of the virtual exhibition is a movie about Nikola Tesla available in a few languages: Serbian, English, Russian and Chinese. Movie is aired every day from 6 – 8 AM.


Link: https://nikolateslamuseum.org/en/virtual/documentary/

Within the third category is an interactive 3D view of famous Nikola Tesla’s laboratory in Long Island. You can take a walk around and see the famous Wardenclyffe Tower, also known as the Tesla Tower, which was an early experimental wireless transmission station designed and built by Nikola Tesla in Shoreham, New York in 1901–1902 and much more.



"I woke up this morning Totally alone, boring I poured out some coffee And I had a smoke I looked outside the window I saw people walking around But not talking to each other So I was like Where am I living? I put on my shoes I walked down the street I was walking down the avenue And I was dancing."

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