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Tesla Holographic Expo Extravaganza Coming this Summer
James Turner is pulling together an expo and new show genre to go on
tour, featuring the life and inventions of Nikola Tesla -- old and new -- which will include a first-time-ever combination of high-definition 2-D screen with holographic projection in front of it, in sync with live performers.
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James Turner, CEO of Teslanet Entertainment Network and 10 years an exhibit specialist, is pulling together an expo and show featuring the life and inventions of
Nikola Tesla -- old and new -- which will include a first-time-ever combination of high-definition
2-D screen with holographic projection in front of it, in sync with live performers who will interact in real time with the images on the screen and the holographic images, to be held
June 23-25 at the
MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
There will also be exhibits, lectures, and literature tables during the two-day event, which will be preceded by an awards ceremony, at which the Nikola Tesla Scientific Achievement Gold Medallion will be awarded to honor the achievements of scientific inventors and new energy pioneers globally.
Turner is drawing from top talent for every facet of the show. When I asked him if we should not mention what they are doing to prevent the possibility that someone else might take his
4-D idea and beat him to it, he said that the
AV Concepts company that is doing this part of the show are the only ones able to do these effects. Bruce Heyning and his wife, Evonne from Toy Shoppe Systems in Los Angeles, California, have joined the project as executive producers for the show.
Bruce has been credited for the technical features utilized for uniforms in the movie
Tron and this year's Super Bowl halftime show. He plans to bring to the stage his technical wizardry in the show.
Michael Bearden who was the musical director for Michael Jackson's
This Is It show, is the top choice Turner is seeking for music director of the show. Michael Wood of
SkyFire will be the lead performer and choreographer for the Tesla coil lightning bolts show.
William Terbo, the nearest living relative of Tesla, his grand nephew, and
founder of the Nikola Tesla Society, Inc., will also be present. They're pitching to Sting to do a live performance. The event is being coordinated by
GES (Global Experience Specialists), who in 2010 brought seven of the best face-to-face marketing companies under the GES brand to create the largest single-source provider of exhibition and event services.
"I've learned how to plan big then narrow down," said Turner.
High-end, deep budget companies like Mazda have used holographics with HD combined, but no one has ever combined all three mediums. The holographs are like what is shown in Star Wars, but full-size, and are able to interact in real time. "It's like a 3-D movie but without the glasses," said Turner. The 2-D high-definition screen will be 100 feet wide and 26 feet high, with a stage in front that will have 30-40 live actors performing. They're calling it "4-D The next level of entertainment." This will be the first venue ever. And what better subject to do it with than the Father of the 20th and 21st centuries!
The accomplishments of the first half of Nikola Tesla's life have become the foundation of the 20th century, bringing us AC power, induction motors, and radio. But the inventions he produced in the second half of his life were so far ahead of his time that they are only now beginning to emerge into reality and are likely to serve as the foundation for the 21st century. Among his 700 patents, he devised ways to harness
radiant energy from the environment through electromagnetic arrangements. He allegedly
ran a car on aetheric energy. His
Wardenclyffe Tower was meant to be the start of a global system for wireless telecommunications and a national (and later global) system of towers broadcasting power to users as radio waves. Instead of supplying electricity through a current grid system, users would simply "receive" power through antennas on their roofs.
Tesla wasn't the usual inventor who gets ideas then uses trial and error to come up with a feasible prototype, which then needs to be engineered for production. For Telsa, the ideas would come as flashes, like dictation from above; and when built would work the first time. He was to invention what the present young prodigy musician,
"Jaybird" is to composing music, having composed 5 full symphonies by the age of 12. The music comes to him completed; and as he writes it down, he doesn't edit it including all parts of the symphony.
So it is only fitting that the prodigy of free energy, Nikola Tesla, will be the theme of what
J.W. McGinnis is calling "The greatest scientific show on Earth." McGinnis
is the President of the International Tesla
Society, and is involved in the planning of this event.
Turner said that the plot of the show has a boy wanting to do a Tesla coil for his science fair. In his quest of how to learn how to build one, he meets various inventors and scientists to provide him with various keys. He goes from the real world, into the holographic, then into the 2-D screen, then back again in the process, leaving the real world with his quest, going into an imaginary world, and coming back with new technology, bringing it to the real world. "We want to take this man and connect him with the next generation of new creative technology seekers," said Turner. The script should be done in 1-2 weeks.
The various exhibits accompanying the venue will showcase technologies that are now available or soon to be available, which demonstrate how these new clean, affordable energy modalities are not just in people's imagination any more. If you have such a technology, you should consider exhibiting in one of more than a dozen Tesla Tour Zones and themed areas featuring hot products, technologies and solutions such as green technologies, and other emerging markets.
After the debut show in Vegas, Turner plans for the Telsa Expo to go on tour of various cities around the
world -- like rock stars -- and sees income opportunities for managers to help secure exhibitors and sponsors in the various places they go, including this first one.
Yoshiro Nakamatsu, the prolific and exotic free energy technology developer from Japan, will be the keynote speaker. My friend and New Energy Congress advisor,
Chris Patton, has visited Nakamatsu at his home in Japan, and had told me extensively about the many astonishing technologies implemented in his home, including walls that gather energy from the surroundings day and night.
Tesla Medallion and Coin
The Nikola Tesla Scientific Achievement Gold Medallion were designed by McGinnis and Turner and will be engraved and minted by
world renown coil sculpture David Carr from Designs
Computed. Maybe I'm biased toward Tesla, but I think the coins have tremendous appeal and could even become a pattern for an actual coin in a new world currency based on precious
metals, gold in this instance.
Who better than Tesla to symbolize the new world
to come as well as the achievements of the past century from which we have grown
to this stage, to now go to the next stage of advancement. As I pointed out in
my review of the top
free energy stories of 2010 -- "the year of crowning" as I called
it, to use a childbirth analogy -- this coming year is looking very promising as
several exotic free energy technologies are poised to begin arriving in the
marketplace. So I am particularly excited about this amazing show that
Turner is pulling together, as it will bring much deserved attention to the
field of exotic free energy technologies, and help build the zeitgeist that a
better world is both possible and in process of materializing.
According to foremost
trends researcher, Gerald Celente, the emergence of a breakthrough free energy
technology such as first pioneered by Tesla but not yet implemented, could
provide the needed productive capacity to help pull our world out of its sinking
into economic catastrophe. (Article)
So having Tesla's image on an actual coin of the emerging world would be wholly
appropriate. The back of the coin has the widely applicable statement: "Let the future tell the truth and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments" superimposed over the
tower, which was drawn up in CAD by Leo Blanchette of Clip Art Illustrations,
who prepared the Wardenclyffe artwork for the show.
He's asked us to help him with the technology end of things, helping with the screening and recommending of technologies to be featured in the exhibits and side lectures. Feel free to help us by nominating your favorites. Some of you could help guide us in the screening process.
Brother Andrew of hydrogen garage sent me the following
video today. Though it has nothing
directly to do with energy, it seems to have metaphorical value.
I see this guy's driving approach similar to the approach that would suit us
in bringing free energy technologies forward in a timely way, bypassing all the typical
bureaucratic steps and just going around them. It certainly fits Turner's
personality in tackling such a big show as this with so little time and budget. Yes it's risky, and not for
the faint of heart, but you certainly get to where you want to go a lot faster.
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