A 13-year-old boy managed to invent a device that is inspired by works of Nikola Tesla. This device even costs less than $15.
Nikola Tesla inspired a 13-year-old Max Loughan to become a young inventor who wants to change the world.
In fact, Max states that he has known his entire life that his purpose was to invent new things in order to make a place a better world.
Moreover, the truth is that he is on the right path as he may have created a free energy device that could change the way we use energy.
“As cheesy as this sounds, from day one, on this planet that I knew I was put here for a reason,” said Max. “And that reason is to invent, to bring the future.”
The device which is on the right track to make life a bit easier for many people was invented in his parent’s boiler room turned laboratory.
Looking at the revolutionary device, you cannot help and notice the similarities to Nikola Tesla’s famous Tesla coil. In fact, the device created by the young genius operates on some of the same principles described by the ‘father of electricity’ over a hundred year ago. What makes the newly created device even cooler is the fact that it is extremely simple: Harvesting electromagnetic energy from Earth’s atmosphere, and eventually converting it to direct current which can be used to power electrical devices.
Moreover, if all of the above wasn’t really mind-boggling, the device built by Max is made of materials that cost less than 15 $, and all of a sudden, free energy does not seem to be that far away, does it?
“He created an electromagnetic harvester out of a coffee can, some wire, two coils, and a spoon.”
The harvester is able to conduct radio waves, thermal, and static energy, and turns it into useable electricity.
“This wire takes energy from the air. And inside the coffee can, we turn it from AC to DC.”
What this young boy achieved is impressive, to say the least, but the fact that Nikola Tesla has managed to inspire young inventors decades after he created some of the most important inventions in human history is something extremely exciting! We only have to wonder why it took so long for bright young minds like Max to become inspired by some of the greatest inventors that ever lived on Earth.